“It’s a case about greed.”


As for the concurrent Sackler Family Values trial:

… Purdue executives determined — and recorded in secret internal correspondence — that doctors had the crucial misconception that OxyContin was weaker than morphine, which led them to prescribe OxyContin much more often, even as a substitute for Tylenol.

Hey! I coulda had a opiate!

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