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Purdue Pharma L.P., is a privately-held pharmaceutical company founded by physicians and now located in Stamford, Connecticut. In its early years, Purdue was known for its antiseptic product, Betadine Solution, and its Senokot laxatives. Today, it is best known for its pain-treatment products, MS Contin Tablets and OxyContin Tablets, but it has also branched into other areas such as oncology and nutraceuticals. - Source: Wikipedia

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The statement maintained that the marketing of OxyContin was in line with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's approved labeling and that Purdue always complied with the agency's orders to update labels or enhance warnings “to maximize patient safety.” Decisions about when to prescribe opioids, the company said, should be up to doctors and their patients.

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