Kelsey Mulvey, 27, used her position as a nurse to steal opioids meant for cancer patients.
Drugs & Medical Devices
Judge says Oklahoma needs to prove that settlement funds from opioid litigation comply with a new state law.
Phoenix-based opioid manufacturer Insys Therapeutics has officially filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection just five days after agreeing to pay $225 million to settle the litigation against it concerning the powerful fentanyl spray, Subsys. Insys asked the court to “allow it to sell its assets to pay more than $250 million in debts,” according to
Dr. William Husel turned himself in and is being charged with twenty-five counts of murder for prescribing high doses of fentanyl.
As Connecticut proposes opioid tax, distributors push back.
Oklahoma takes J & J to court in opioid trial. J & J mounts its defense.
The crippling opioid abuse crisis is decreasing employee productivity. One company is stepping in with resources to keep people at work.
Back pain is one of the most common complaints health-wise. There are alternatives to treatment with opioids.
The amended House Bill 2751, which unanimously passed out of the House Joint Committee on Appropriations and Budget, seeks to ensure the state treasury received opioid lawsuit settlement funds.
The Opioid Epidemic continues to wreak havoc across the nation. There are ways of avoiding opioids – and surgery – when it comes to back pain.