OxyContin Publicity a Pain for Its Connecticut Manufacturer

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A jail in Lee County, Va., that was built to hold 35 inmates houses 107, the overflow made up mostly of people who have committed crimes to finance their OxyContin addictions, said Sister Elizabeth “Beth” Davies, a substance abuse counselor in Pennington Gap, Va. Foster care in the Appalachian county is up 300 percent, as
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