Topic: drug trafficking
Painkillers, from Two Sides
Ethics never comes up. The job is to push product, and once sold, “we wash our hands of the whole thing.”
Topics: drug trafficking, opioids, pain
The Ad Biz
Topics: drug trafficking, opioids, vaping
Opioids in International Relations
Voter perception and the fear of a public relations black eye is always a motivating factor in politics.
Topics: drug trafficking, opioids
Don’t chains have quality control mechanisms to alert headquarters to abnormal patterns in prescription use?
Topics: drug trafficking, opioids, prescription medications
Walls and Fences
Topics: drug trafficking
Oh– as for Fentanyl…
…we’re often well behind the curve in terms of what’s actually happening in colleges and bars and on the streets around America.
Topics: drug trafficking, epidemiology, opioids
Politics and Drugs
And yet our legal system seems designed to punish the low level offender while protecting their counterparts in business and government.
Topics: drug trafficking, epidemiology, vaping
Fentanyl Goes West
Topics: drug trafficking, epidemiology, mortality, opioids
Cheaters Do Get Caught…
These multi-billion dollar fines sound enormous, but like the one levied on Facebook, they represent a small portion of the company’s actual assets.
Topics: drug trafficking, epidemiology, opioids, prescription medications
Drug dealers at the higher levels of the marketplace are much like other businesspeople in their natural aversion to bad publicity.
Topics: drug trafficking, mortality, opioids