Trove Of Opioid Documents May Help Shape Public Health Policy
As sponsors and US FDA continue to face fallout, newly launched digital archive of industry documents from opioid litigation and settlements will be free public resource for those investigating activities that led to the opioid epidemic. It is modeled on the archive of tobacco industry documents, which has been the basis of about 1,000 scientific publications.
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