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Want OxyContin in China? Pain pill addicts get drugs online
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Search this site. Your friend's email. An AP survey of China's major e-commerce and social media platforms identified thirteen vendors selling opioid painkillers. China has some of the strictest regulation of opioids in the world, but OxyContin and other pain pills are sold illegally online by vendors that take advantage of China's major e-commerce and social media sites, including platforms run by tech giants Alibaba, Tencent and Baidu, the Associated Press found.
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Description: In addition to the active vendors AP identified, Tianya, an internet forum, had dozens of postings by people selling or seeking OxyContin stretching back over several years. Note Your email address is used only to let the recipient know who sent the email. One significant regulatory loophole in China is that family members try to resell OxyContin left over after a loved one dies. But despite China's scrupulous monitoring of online activity, the AP found black markets for OxyContin and other pain pills on the open internet. He said his doctor told him OxyContin is not addictive and that he could take as much as he needed.