Congressman to drug distributors: ‘I just want you to feel shame’

(By Lev Facher for STAT)

WASHINGTON — The CEO of Cardinal Health told House members he was “deeply sorry” for the company’s poor oversight of some opioid orders. The chairman of Miami-Luken’s board broke ranks with four peers by directly acknowledging his company had contributed to the opioid crisis. And McKesson’s CEO, after minutes of being pressed, said his company had fired employees in light of its previous oversight practices. Continue reading article here…

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