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5 NY Doctors Indicted: 8.5M Opioid Pills Flowed From Alleged Drug Mills

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5 NY Doctors Indicted: 8.5M Opioid Pills Flowed From Alleged Drug MillsFive New York doctors were indicted on Thursday for allegedly issuing unnecessary prescriptions for more than 8.5 million opioid pills from drug mills, resulting in deaths overdoses.
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News video: 5 Doctors Charged With Illegally Distributing Oxycodone

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Prosecutors announced charges Thursday against five New York physicians accused of running illegal "pill mills."

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