Tagged With Purdue Pharma

Dispensed: How retailers are beefing up their health ambitions, insights from Purdue Pharma's bankruptcy filing, and a looming shortage of OB-GYNs


Purdue Pharma and its billionaire owners may end up giving billions in OxyContin profits to communities harmed by the opioid crisis


Purdue Pharma is reportedly mulling an 8-figure settlement to resolve more than 2,000 opioid cases — and it would plunge the drugmaker into bankruptcy



Non-profits, museums, and hedge funds: Here are the groups that have cut ties with the Sackler family over the opioid crisis


A $10 billion British hedge fund returned $300 million to Saudi Arabia after the Khashoggi murder


The UK's top galleries are refusing donations from the Sacklers, the wealthy US family behind OxyContin



The family behind OxyContin reportedly just made $60 million from a real-estate deal. Meet the Sacklers, who built their $13 billion fortune off the controversial prescription drug.


Opioid overdose deaths are highest in places where pharma spends the most on marketing, a new study finds


One of the world's largest health insurers just stopped covering a main opioid painkiller


How 5 sentences in a leading medical journal shaped the opioid crisis