Opioid epidemic While the platforms are reluctant to police content the ads are "insidious threats." says the FDA commissioner. (Image: Shutterstock)

The top U.S. drug regulator wants social-media sites including Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc. to do more to stop illegal online sales of opioids that are contributing to hundreds of thousands of overdose deaths.

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