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Pharmaceutical Company Misled Cancer Patients To Sell Fentanyl

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People all over America rely on the cutting-edge discoveries of pharmaceutical companies in order to alleviate their disorders and serious diseases. It's a huge industry, and unfortunately not always the most forgiving or honest.

There are news reports all the time where people are unable to pay for their medication, and CEO's like Martin Shkreli who take advantage of the market to sell life-saving medication.

So when Insys Therapeutics finally got approval to sell their drug they ran into a problem: not enough people were buying it.

It would make sense why people were hesitant. Their cancer treatment drug Subsys, which is essentially a sprayable form of fentanyl, has been making headlines around the world because of how easy it is to overdose on it.

While every business wants to be successful, there are lines that shouldn't be crossed, and what this company did is not only shameful, it is extremely illegal.

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