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Congress Is About To Pass A Bill That Shows D.C. At Its Worst — It May Also Fix The Opioid Crisis And Cure Cancer

WASHINGTON ― In 1996, Purdue Pharma introduced a new painkiller it said carried a low risk of abuse or addiction. It called the drug “OxyContin.” In reality, of course, OxyContin was extremely addictive — and Purdue knew it. A decade later, three …

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