Opioid manufacturer’s sales team targeted high prescribers of opioids for top marketing efforts

By Randy EllisStaff writerrellis@oklahoman.comNORMAN − Sales representatives for opioid manufacturer Johnson & Johnson targeted doctors who were high prescribers of opioids for frequent sales calls, according to testimony in the Cleveland County court case where Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiaries are accused of helping cause an opioid epidemic that has led to thousands of Oklahoma overdose deaths and addictions.
Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter has accused the drug companies of creating a public nuisance.Read more on NewsOK.com

By Randy Ellis
Staff writer
rellis@oklahoman.com

NORMAN − Sales representatives for opioid manufacturer Johnson & Johnson targeted doctors who were high prescribers of opioids for frequent sales calls, according to testimony in the Cleveland County court case where Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiaries are accused of helping cause an opioid epidemic that has led to thousands of Oklahoma overdose deaths and addictions.

Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter has accused the drug companies of creating a public nuisance.
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