How drug company money turned patient groups into "cheerleaders for opioids" - USA TODAY



How drug company money turned patient groups into "cheerleaders for opioids"
USA TODAY
WASHINGTON — The five biggest opioid manufacturers shelled out more than $10 million to patient advocacy groups, professional medical societies and affiliated individuals — who then “echoed and amplified” messages that encouraged use of those highly ...
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