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He told lawmakers that the company "took a page from Big Tobacco's playbook, working to make our offering addictive at the outset" and arguing that his former employer has been hugely detrimental to society.
Today Purdue is the target of thousands of lawsuits, charged with having downplayed the addictive nature of OxyContin.
We’re just providing them with information that this is an opioid, it’s addictive, it’s dangerous, you should bring it back.
While none of these new drugs proved to be non-addictive, they did become very useful in the medical management of acute pain.
Oxycontin was a time-released version of oxycodone that Purdue aggressively marketed to the medical community, saying it “might” be less addictive than other opioids.
Free and fun -- addictive social games with lots of cool people playing them from all over the world.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
The drugs students are taking today are more potent, more dangerous, and more addictive than ever.
WHAT WORKS: SCHOOLS WITHOUT DRUGSUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Crack or freebase rock is extremely addictive, and its effects are felt within 10 seconds.
WHAT WORKS: SCHOOLS WITHOUT DRUGSUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
He should have reasoned that out long ago; he should have realized it was impossible to have immunity to an addictive drug.
LOVE STORYIRVING E. COX, JR.

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