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They sold depression to sell pills

Farron Cousins and Martha Rosenberg discuss how depression was sold as a disease to make money, and how many drugs are now affecting the water in the environment. Brigida Santos then talks about a memory loss supplement that was falsely advertised, resulting in $3000,000 worth of refunds. Then, Mollye Barrows discusses Suge Knight’s murder trial and charges against his lawyers for trying to bribe witnesses.

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