Allergan Inc. is a big company in the pharmaceutical industry and was involved in this unethical behavior making millions of dollar without thinking in the wellbeing of the society. To resolve this case Allergan has to admit the unethical issue and collaborate to advice the society about the issue. Then take out of the market all the promotions about the product. Then apologize to the consumers and paid the price to help solve the issue. Drugs and medicine are very sensitive products that can killed people if there are not control and approved to
Legalize It Every year in America billions of dollars are made illegally, thousands of people are imprisoned, and even more people lose their lives to drugs. On a broad level, illegal drugs ruin whole communities by perpetuating the disease of addiction and engulfing neighborhoods in the gang violence that inevitably comes with illegal drug trafficking. On a more personal level, illegal drugs ruin lives by making people turn their backs on loved ones and causing them to throw away their dreams. Most people agree that a problem that is this pervasive and expansive must be dealt with, but few can agree on a solution. There is only one practical solution.
Fighting Methamphetamine What would you do if you knew something harmed millions of people on a daily basis? Day after day, methamphetamine harms not only the people using the appalling drug, but also the ones around them. The process of making meth can create harmful side effects on an innocent person. Also, meth addicts have psychotic behavior and tend to harm people they love. Even though the United States government has implemented laws to limit drugs – especially meth, the government needs to fight meth even harder because people can acquire it so easily and because meth devastates not only the user but everyone in contact with the user.
The next step to banning drugs was the Heroin Tax Act. The tax said that In order to be an opiate, a person who uses Opium or drugs derived from Opium, you had to be a patient and in order to sell the drug you had to be a medical doctor with a license that they had to pay a tax on. Up to 200,000 people were criminalized for using the drugs. With various drug enforcement agencies, all underground clinics were shut down and within the next couple of years over 10,000 doctors were
Speaking to the human factor, the loss of possibility and potentials to the addict are enormous. Since addicts come from any walk of life; parents, children, sisters, brothers; are all affected by this drug. First, we look at the addict. The losses of ability to function in society, gain educational goals, provide for themselves and others; is a huge cost to society. Medicaid, Social Services, CPS, law enforcement are all affected on a larger scale.
Drugs have been out of control in the past few years, and the numbers have just continued to grow. One of the main drugs being abused is Methamphetamine. In today’s society Methamphetamine has sky rocketed to abusers too people cooking this drug in their own homes the numbers are outrageous. Methamphetamine is a horror drug once you use it your addicted. Meth addiction harms the body in a horrific way, the drug is made up of chemicals that can kill a person also leading to the addiction, and in order to get over the drug it’s a continuous battle the person must want it for themself, and have the strength over their own mind they can’t be weak or they will fail and relapse.
The difference between the areas is that Ciudad Juárez is a major drug trade route for Mexican cartels into the United States. Since 2006, the Mexican Drug War has been an ongoing conflict in Mexico between the cartels and the Mexican government. Castaneda states "the drug trade is a multi-billion dollar a year business that fills the pockets of many different types of people"(3). With that much money in such an illegal trade violence is sure to follow.
Illegal Immigration & The U.S. Economy By Dom Straub Honors English 11 Block One Ms. L. Harris 03 January 2012 Outline I. Introduction A. Statistics 1. Negative Impact 2. Positive Impact B. Thesis – “In general, illegal immigrants do more damage than they do good for the economy and create even more of a deficit to an already weakened U.S economy.” I.
Ending the Drug Hunt The war on drugs has been one of the longest and costliest wars of all time, but has anything really changed since it began? With millions of drug related arrests and thousands incarcerated for drug law offences, always with more waiting to happen, it seems like it will last forever, sucking billions out of tax payers and overpopulating our prison systems (DrugSense). The war has failed to produce any real results of change and needs to end. In Marie Javdani’s essay Plata o Plomo she warns how sending aid, money or weapons, to countries where drugs are produced only creates more problems and does not stop the demand of drugs or reduce the amount of abusers. While trying to cut off the drug supply at its source seems like a good idea it does not, however, stop the demand (376-377).
The symptoms of narcotic withdrawal are legendary since they can be the most dramatic of any and include vomiting, uncontrollable shaking, hot and cold flashes and diarrhea. When taken in large doses, like those contained in OxyContin, opiates can cause severe respiratory depression that can lead to death. The latest report from, the Drug Enforcement Agency states that OxyContin tablets "have played a role in over 282 deaths since the beginning of 2002". OxyContin is at the forefront of America's addiction problem and cases like radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh's addiction has forced Perdue Pharma into the limelight. Purdue Pharma funded a recent study in the Journal of Analytical Toxicology that examined 1,243 deaths from Aug. 27, 1999, through Jan. 17, 2002, in which medical examiners determined oxycodone, the narcotic in OxyContin, was involved.