202,600 Americans Dead From Opioid Overdose – Lack of Vaccines “Not” the Cause!

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An estimated 202,600 Americans died from opioid overdoses between 2002 and 2015; 74 percent of farmers report being addicted to opioids, or know someone who is addicted to narcotic pain relievers places an enormous economic burden on society, costing the U.S. an estimated $504 billion each year (2.8 percent of gross domestic product) The massive increase in opioid sales and subsequent addiction rates have been traced back to an orchestrated marketing plan aimed at misinforming doctors about the drug’s addictive potential

Sackler family members who own Purdue Pharma were intimately involved in the false advertising of OxyContin. A recent investigation reveals the Sacklers also own Rhodes Pharma — one of the largest producers of generic opioids. Dr. Richard Sackler — who was deeply involved in the marketing of OxyContin — was recently awarded a patent for a new, faster-dissolving form of buprenorphine, used in the treatment of opioid addiction, thus making money both on the promulgation of addiction and its treatment

By Dr. Mercola

An estimated 202,600 Americans died from opioid overdoses between 2002 and 2015,1 and drug overdoses are now the leading cause of death among Americans under the age of 50.2

Chronic opioid use also accounted for 20 percent of the increase in male unemployment between 1999 and 20153 and, remarkably, 74 percent of farmers report being addicted to opioids, or know someone who is. Aside from the staggering death toll, addiction to narcotic pain relievers also places an enormous economic burden on society, costing the U.S. an estimated $504 billion each year (2.8 percent of gross domestic product), according to a November 2017 White House report.5,6

Opioid Epidemic Is No Random Fluke

Adding insult to injury, evidence suggests opioid makers are directly responsible. They knew exactly what they were doing when they claimed opioids — which are chemically very similar to heroin — have an exceptionally low addiction rate when taken for pain. In fact, the massive increase in opioid sales and subsequent addiction rates have been traced back to:
articles.mercola.com/sites/artic…=429611933

America’s Manufactured Opioid Crisis: Part – Early History

Waking up to history and the fact that thanks to the Bush war in Afghanistan, the use of opioids has tripled in the United States. Keeping American doped up and dumb, so that they wouldn’t see the $21 trillion that has left their borders and in many cases in an offshore bank account of someone that calls themselves an American. Trump “Drain the Swamp” is bringing awareness to the opioid crisis and the fake news that won’t talk about the root cause of the epidemic that is changing the dynamics of many families in America.

HOW DID THIS HAPPEN…WHAT DO YOU KNOW???

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