Purdue Pharma Opioid Ads Keep Trying to Dull Sackler Pain

As the hardworking staff has resolutely noted, OxyContin pusher Purdue Pharma has been spending millions of dollars in an attempt to 1) adwash the Sackler family’s responsibility for hooking millions of Americans on opioids and 2) minimize the current blowback from all the bad publicity.

Toward that end, the pharmaceutical company ran yet another full-page ad in both the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal yesterday.

Make you nuts graf.

Given the Sackler family’s multi-billion-dollar enterprise in drug trafficking (see here and here), that claim is just crazy-making.

They make prescription opioids. Don’t you want them to limit their use of advertising to obscure their role in America’s opioid epidemic?

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