Prescription drugs do as much damage as any other addictive drug. Our nation is hooked on them, as they are pushed as the only solution to health problems.
This is why President Trump is determined to put an end to the criminal behavior within the medical industry and pharmaceuticals.
And since he’s a man of his word, the first head is about to roll. It’s of a man who is responsible for the addiction to dangerous medications of many people.
Medications they did not need.
U.S. prosecutors filed charges against the billionaire founder of an opioid medication maker. According to the accusations, this man was prescribing powerful painkillers amid a drug epidemic that is claiming thousands of lives each year.
The fraud and racketeering case against Insys Therapeutics founder John Kapoor came the same day President Donald Trump declared the opioid crisis a nationwide public health emergency.
The charges are against the company’s former CEO. Allegedly, they provided kickbacks to doctors to prescribe a potent opioid called Subsys.
In the new indictment, Kapoor, 74, of Phoenix, and the other defendants are accused of bribing doctors to write large numbers of prescriptions for the fentanyl-based pain medication that is meant only for cancer patients with severe pain.
So, basically, they prescribed the drug only to make people addicted to it. And this brought Kapoor billions.
What’s even more disturbing is the fact that no one has done anything about it until now.
We hope that president Trump will eradicate this problem to the core.
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