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"… to shape public opinion and raises questions about its role in an overdose epidemic that has claimed hundreds of thousands of American lives. Representatives …"

"… hat are aimed at holding opioid drugmakers responsible for helping fuel an epidemic blamed for the deaths of more than 340,000 Americans since 2000. McCaskil …"

"… id limits amid crisis Pro-painkiller echo chamber shaped policy amid drug epidemic Drugmakers push profitable, but unproven, opioid solution …"

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"… senators promoting a hearing about an influential report on a “crisis of epidemic proportions”: pain in America. Few knew the report stemmed from legislat …"

"… letter made no reference to another health issue that had been declared an epidemic by federal authorities: drug overdoses tied to prescription painkillers. D …"

"… ar will aroused to push back.” Obama gave his first speech on the opioid epidemic last fall. In July, Congress passed its first legislation targeting the cr …"

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"… las Viudas — The Island of the Widows. That first story about the epidemic prompted the Costa Rican government to launch a study and a leading Costa …"

"… you to support this team to travel and report, for the first time, on the epidemic’s scope, and expose the risky working conditions and international negle …"

"… llery and video illustrating its human consequences. Each year this deadly epidemic is killing thousands of the world's poorest citizens — please help make …"

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"… estigative Journalists that explored the mysterious and largely overlooked epidemic of chronic kidney disease — or CKD — that is killing thousands of suga …"

"… cally sensitive questions surrounding what regional health experts call an epidemic: whether the illness should be classified as an occupational disease. Many …"

"… rdas, a nephrologist at Costa Rica’s Hospital Mexico who has studied the epidemic in Guanacaste. “If it proves this, the government will say to the manage …"

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"… lth Organization. Our goal was to obtain to a conservative estimate of the epidemic’s impact in the region, despite the lack of formal recognition or classi …"

"… ey failure. This is partly because the lack of a distinct category for the epidemic resulted in kidney disease deaths being classified in different ways. It i …"

"… hs from kidney failure over time were a reasonable method for tracking the epidemic’s course in the absence of official recognition for it.The data show tha …"

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"… y, and China’s broad embrace of the mineral appears likely to produce an epidemic of occupational disease.  Valued for its heat and fire resistance, as …"

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"… idespread asbestos exposures, much as they did in the West, will result in epidemics of mesothelioma, lung cancer, and asbestosis in the developing world. The …"

"… nservative,” Leigh says. “If exposures in developing countries lead to epidemics extending further in time, the numbers would be greater.” Leigh’s cal …"

"… one time, many without proper protection. As a result,Mexico can expect an epidemic of mesothelioma in coming years, Aguilar says. Her research shows that the …"

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"… jority in developing countries, which had become the epicenter of the AIDS epidemic by the 1990s.But in 2001, generic drug manufacturer Cipla had a breakthrou …"

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"… ilities and environmental health threats." http://www.cdc.gov/Concentrated epidemic: For HIV purposes, an epidemic in which HIV has affected at least 5 percen …"

"… h threats." http://www.cdc.gov/Concentrated epidemic: For HIV purposes, an epidemic in which HIV has affected at least 5 percent of individuals in a defined p …"

"… other countries but excluding payments made to other countries.Generalized epidemic: For HIV purposes, an epidemic in which HIV affects more than 1 percent of …"