Divulged Private Emails Show Purdue Pharma's Deception About the Strength of OxyContin
In a sealed court document, one of the company's controlling members indicated that Purdue Pharma should not correct misconceptions about the strength of oxycodone.
New York Is the Latest State to Sue an Opioid Manufacturer
Twenty-six other states have already sued the company.
Why West Virginia's Heroin Overdose Rate Doubled After It Mandated Doctors Use the State Drug-Monitoring Database
Could the program have driven some West Virginians to use heroin?
Five Studies: Understanding America's Opioid Crisis
After 20 years of skyrocketing addiction rates, how can the United States get its pill problem under control?