Employees of several federal agencies, including the Customs and Border Protection, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and Secret Service will receive the same disciplinary measures for prescription opioid use as illegal use if taking opioids impairs their ability to perform job duties. According to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) inspector
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Pharmacies will have there time in court next.
J&J’s Oklahoma settlement is reduced due to a miscalculation.
Judge finds enough evidence for man to stand trial for potentially putting heroin in his wife’s cereal.
African American addiction overdose rates are on the rise.
Companies settle Illinois’ claims they inflated drug prices without admitting to wrongdoing.
Doctor will spend time behind bars for involvement in Insys’ Speakers Bureau scam.
Healthcare providers can be held liable for prescription abuse if their practices are proved to be unprofessional and if quantifiable harm results from the abuse.
Teva’s drug giveaway might mean the company isn’t giving away much at all.