53 medical professionals indicted in federal opioid bust: Here's who they are

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Dozens of medical professionals in seven states, including 31 physicians, eight nurse practitioners, seven pharmacists and seven other medical workers, were charged April 17 with participating in the unlawful prescribing of more than 32 million pain pills.

A breakdown of the medical professionals by state:

Note: Some indictments have not been unsealed.

Alabama

Kentucky

Louisiana

Ohio

Pennsylvania

Tennessee

West Virginia

Read the list here.

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