In national news:

The New Yorker recently profiled the rise of the Sackler family, renowned New York art philanthropists and owners of the privately-held Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin. Contributor Patrick Radden Keefe traces the Sackler’s family history in medicine and medical marketing and how it influenced the type of constant pharmaceutical ads we see today. In addition, Keefe explores how patients and doctors became part of the Sackler legacy of opioid addiction and abuse.

Read the piece in full here.

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