“Holy crap! What happened?” the public demands. Followed by “Who’s to blame?” Not us, insist the makers and distributors.
Purdue hired them to show the company how to survive and even grow richer in the teeth of the worst drug epidemic in US history – one where the company’s products played a key role. They did their job all too well.Read More
(fines) are unlikely to be paid in the near term as the criminal fine and civil penalty are expected to be considered alongside other claims in Purdue’s bankruptcy proceedings and the company lacks necessary funds to fully repay all creditors…Read More
If you work in public health, you can breathe a sigh of relief. Now when people in need show up, whether it’s at the clinic, in the ER, or in the hospital, there are funds to help defray the cost.Read More
The juxtaposition of the two accounts – raw devastation to a family on one hand, and on the other, superrich individuals with high-paid legal talent celebrating after pulling a fast one on the “system” – paints things in a harsher light.Read More