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Stephen Spaulding, a 1977 West Point graduate and retired Army Major who served in the Army Medical Corps from 1981 to 1992.
He noted that his wife was also an Army doctor, as is their daughter.
“Over the past few years, despite its small population, Schuyler County has seen an uptick in opioid and heroin use and overdose,” Getman said.
“To date, County officials have expended significant resources to help its residents battle opioid addiction and prevent further deaths.
In addition, in February, New York State officials filed a lawsuit against Insys Therapeutics, Inc., alleging that Insys deceptively promoted prescription opiate Subsys for unsafe uses and violated state law by downplaying the drug’s addictive risks.
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“By going forward with litigation, the County Legislature hopes to lessen the burden to taxpayers and seeks to hold manufacturers and distributors responsible for their role in the opioid epidemic,” O’Hearn said.Napoli added that “our door is open” to other New York municipalities “who are also fed up with the overdose epidemic," and that Napoli Law "has the firepower to go toe-to-toe with the big pharma lawyers.”Schuyler County is the latest of more than a dozen New York State counties to file a lawsuit against the manufacturers and distributors of opioid pain killers.At least 14 counties across New York are suing pharmaceutical companies for what they're claiming are deceptive marketing practices.We are so lucky to have someone with her experience and skill set to help give the best care to our patients.She is a delight to work with and she is always agreeable to pitching in when needed.” Schuyler Hospital annually gives the award in memory of the late Lou Sand to an employee who demonstrates exemplary service to others, and whose compassionate commitment of service to their fellow employees, patients, residents and community brightens the lives of those they touch -- traits exemplified by Sand.