NYTimes: Doctors Accused of Trading Opioid Prescriptions for Sex and Cash

God, I hate these evil m-fuckers.

I’ve seen addicts, I’ve seen students’ families devastated by addiction. To exploit these people, most of whom got addicted without ever realizing it was going to happen, is infernally evil.

The indictments accuse 60 people, including 31 doctors, seven pharmacists and eight nurses, of involvement in the schemes, which included prescribing opioids for gratuitous medical procedures like unnecessary tooth pulling. In some cases, prosecutors said, doctors simply handed out signed blank prescription forms. “These cases involve approximately 350,000 opioid prescriptions and more than 32 million pills — the equivalent of a dose of opioids for every man, woman and child across the states of Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama and West Virginia combined.”

I hate these evildoers.

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