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  • 'The opioid epidemic has taken lives and torn apart families all across North Carolina.'

    North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein announces a lawsuit his office filed against Insys, an Arizona-based drugmaker, accusing the company of offering kickbacks to doctors to prescribe Subsys, a fentanyl-based spray.

'The opioid epidemic has taken lives and torn apart families all across North Carolina.'

North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein announces a lawsuit his office filed against Insys, an Arizona-based drugmaker, accusing the company of offering kickbacks to doctors to prescribe Subsys, a fentanyl-based spray.
Anne Blythe ablythe@newsobserver.com