Opioids Purdue's move could create some leverage if there's an eventual settlement and may help the company as it argues for a lower payment. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Purdue Pharma LP's decision to stop promoting its opioid drugs to doctors is being hailed as the first result of a judge's push for concrete solutions to a nationwide epidemic, even though the company says the move has nothing to do with a massive lawsuit against drugmakers.

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