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Johnson and Johnson Increased Opioid Addiction Johnson and Johnson Increased Opioid Addiction.  State of Oklahoma Cleveland County Judge slammed the drug company Johnson & Johnson with a $572 million court for increasing the opioid epidemic through its greedy opioid drug sales. Johnson & Johnson has become a Drug Dealer earning huge profits while irresponsibly addicting the public to opioids. The company must be held accountable for instructing its drug sales representatives to provide erroneous information to physicians that the opioid addiction risks.

 

Drug Company Lied About Opioid Addiction

Johnson and Johnson Increased Opioid Addiction. Opioid manufacturers are facing thousands of lawsuits across the country for aggressively marketing drugs like OxyContin, Vicodin, and Percocet as non-addictive and safe for long-term use for chronic pain—even though the drugs are chemically very similar to heroin. https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/08/26/about-damn-time-first-thousands-lawsuits-against-big-pharma-johnson-johnson-ordered

 

Johnson and Johnson Increased Opioid Addiction Was The Opioid Addiction A Planned Epidemic

The opioid addiction epidemic has reached mega proportions throughout the United States. Many people became addicted to the opioids prescribed by physicians for pain. There have numerous deaths from opioid over dosages.  Many of those addicted to opioids turned to using heroin when their opioid prescriptions were discontinued. The irresponsibility of Johnson and Johnson executives is so obvious one must ask if the opioid epidemic was planned? Was Johnson & Johnson in cahoots with the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) to intentionally fuel addiction? Because now the Addiction Treatment is a $35 Billion Dollar business. Government already knew the seriousness of opioid addiction. During the end of the Vietnam War, thousands of military personnel were addicted to Heroin and other drugs. The U.S. Government fearing the military personnel might return home as drug addicts mandated negative urine drug screens prior to returning home. Those military personnel who failed the urine drug screens were held in country until they could pass the test. How could the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) not have known that Opioids sold by drug companies were not highly addictive?

Johnson and Johnson Increased Opioid Addiction

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