Prince’s family sues the musician twice in the days before his death – writes Pitchfork.
Prince died in April 2016, his death was caused by drug overdose, including a fentanyl-containing pain reliever. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is fifty times stronger than its related heroin. According to the ex-post investigation, Prince may have assumed that a prescription drug like Vicodin was taking, but he was actually black paced pills, and he never knew where he was. Then no one was charged with charges.
The family decided on the matter because they thought the doctor Michael T. Schulenberg could not properly assess, evaluate and treat the Prince’s opioid dependence, which had a major role in the death of a musician, although it was foreseeable that if they did not start something , his condition will lead to this.
THE FAMILY REQUESTS 50 EZER DOLLAR CANCELED, BUT BY THE ORGANIC APPLICATION, THE CREW IS FULLY BASEFUL, THEY ARE PRIOR TO THE PRINCE’S HANDLING AND THEY WILL NEED TO BE PRESENTED.
Opioids are the strongest painkillers, they can be natural, semi-synthetic or synthetic compounds. In recent years, opioid addiction is becoming more and more serious in the United States, the most recent issue in this article is described in more detail. Last autumn, US President Donald Trump announced a health emergency for handling the problem.
According to a June study, every fifth young American adult opioid dies. According to the American Epidemiological Office (CDC), opioids, including prescription variants, caused more than 42,000 American deaths of heroin and fentanyl in 2016. It is estimated that this year, 1.7 million years of human life was lost for opioid times, which is more than the amount of HIV / AIDS, hypertension and pneumonia. In the year under review, all 65 American deaths were caused by opioid analgesics, which is 296 percent higher than in 2001.
The opioid problem also helps to draw attention to the fact that these drugs have been involved in the deaths of many celebrities in recent years. Prince, another musician, Tom Petty’s death in October last year, was caused by drug overdose.