Doctors with the wrong intentions can be no better than typical drug peddlers. Barry Sloan, a New York doctor, was indicted for supplying opioids which resulted in the death of his 36 year-old patient. Court documents describe how Sloan would charge patients upwards of $200 per visit for fentanyl prescriptions. He also failed to limit prescriptions for oxycodone, often prescribing the highly addictive narcotic several times a month. According to the Attorney General, between 2011 and 2016, Sloan prescribed powerful narcotics 70,000 times. Sloan now faces second degree manslaughter charges which carries a minimum sentence of 1 to 3 years. PureDopeReviews will be following this case closely.