Israel's Teva to pay millions in opioid lawsuit

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 Israeli company Teva to pay millions in opioid lawsuit

Israeli drug maker Teva and US company Allergan will pay a large amount of money in an opioid lawsuit.

Teva and Allergan agreed to pay $34 million cash and provide an overdose drug “Narcan” $20 million to settle a U.S. federal lawsuit filed by San Francisco.

According to The Times of Israel.

The lawsuit alleges that the pharmaceutical industry sparked a surge in overdoses and drug addiction, which caused public discomfort.

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