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The Los Angeles County District Attorney's office announced the arrest yesterday of a doctor accused of the prescription drug overdose deaths of three men, all in their 20s.
It's good to see regulators and law enforcement across the country cracking down on those suspected of running pill mills.
Although she has not been convicted, the arrest of 42-year-old Hsiu-Ying “Lisa” Tseng reveals some of the tragic outcomes from the prescription pill epidemic
“Dr. Feelgoods who knowingly over-prescribe drugs for no medical reason other than someone asks for the drugs and pays the doctor a staggering amount of money will be dealt with severely,” the D.A.'s office said in a statement. “They are violating the law by prescribing drugs for no legitimate medical purpose to otherwise healthy individuals for the sole purpose of the patient getting high. Those victims die while the doctor gets rich.”
In other news, a bill before Hawaii's legislature would make workplace bullying a workplace occupation safety violation for which work comp benefits may be paid.