(CNN)The Insys Therapeutics executive dressed as a giant bottle of Subsys, a spray version of fentanyl, the synthetic opioid that is more than 100 times stronger than morphine. He danced and boasted of taking over the market. “I’m built to last,” rapped Alec Burlakoff, then Insys’ vice president of sales. “Y’all can’t get rid of me.” READ MORE>>
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