Pharmaceutical company CEO sentenced to 5 years and 6 months in prison for bribing doctors to prescribe dependent painkillers to unnecessary patients


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Crime for giving bribes to doctors and prescribing them excessively in the `` opioid crisis '' that administers drugs to patients who do not need analgesics and creates addicted people, the number of deaths is more than illegal drugs CEO John Kapoor of Incis Therapeutics, Inc., was sentenced to five years and six months in prison.

Pharmaceutical Executive John Kapoor Sentenced To 66 Months In Prison In Opioid Trial: NPR

The `` opioid crisis '' is a drug company that gives bribes to doctors, `` the more you prescribe an opioid analgesic, the better it is '' It happened because I was prescribed.

In the background of the phytotoxicity problem due to overdose of the analgesic `` opioid '', there was a benefit from a pharmaceutical company to a doctor-gigazine

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Opioids contain narcotic components collected from poppies, so abuse and overdose are constant and many addicts are occurring.

John Kapoor, CEO of pharmaceutical company Insys Therapeutics, was charged with bribing doctors for over-prescribing their opioid analgesics and subsys.

Following a one-month trial in the Federal Court of Justice John Mooreley in Boston, Kapoor was sentenced to five years and six months in prison. Judge Alison Burrows argued that Kapoor was 76 years old, saying he was longer than the lawyer's one year in prison, but shorter than the 15-year prison sentence by the prosecutor. He explains that it considers three things: philanthropy and its role in crime.

Amet Salpatwari, a physician and deputy director of Harvard's regulatory, treatment, and legal programs, is able to send a pharmacy, not just a fine, to a pharmaceutical company seeking legally suspicious marketing The court ruled that the industry was exposed to cold water because it was a ruling. He pointed out that the over-prescription of painkillers that caused the 'opioid crisis' is technically legal and will not go away as an act. Hopefully it will rethink the boundaries.

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