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Erin Miller 29m
ICYMI: social worker accused of selling via
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MattAdamsFoundation Sep 18
Unfounded claims that fentanyl through skin contact causes first responders to overdose makes the very people first on the scene scared to act when every second counts. Help change this narrative to save lives.
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Stop Bad Doctors 23h
"More than nine hundred people a week die from opioid-related overdoses, and some experts say the death toll may not peak for years." Is that even true? I find it hard 2 believe anything written about the Even IF they'd mentioned
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Pain News Network Sep 14
pills are killing Americans from coast to coast. Why don't we hear more about it?
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Jillian Marie Sep 18
"The drug crisis plaguing the U.S. since 2014 has nothing 2 do w/prescription drugs. The surge since '14 was driven by illicit & cocaine. Every DEA & CBP agent I’ve spoken 2 tells me those r the biggest probs, &they r coming from Mexican cartels"
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RAND Corporation Sep 14
RAND experts explain why the United States should tackle like it's a poisoning outbreak — not a drug epidemic.
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Karleen 7h
Inside Congress’s failure to act on fentanyl despite warnings, deaths
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WSVN 7 News Sep 14
‘I am awesome’: How a millennial built a empire
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Pain News Network Sep 17
's Roger Chriss reviews "Fentanyl, Inc." a new book about the origins and causes of the crisis.
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Takurua 8h
Replying to @VICE
In Canada: Heroin is being replaced by fentanyl. Non opioid drugs laced with lethal doses of fentanyl. It’s not coincidence, it’s orchestrated genocide. Highest concentration of addicts in reside in billion dollar real estate corridor. No correlation though...
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Scott C Y Ma 馬陳耀 Sep 20
When you perform a urine drug test in your hospital, does it test for ? Just because it says it’s negative for opioids, it may not rule out fentanyl and its analogues. Prof Macintyre
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Ian Cull Sep 13
ALERT: Large influx of pills, that look like other painkilllers, are being sold on Santa Clara Co. streets. says 9 people have died from accidental overdoses in 2019, 4 in August. DA now alerting schools, and want parents to warn their kids of the dangers.
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Dr. Toby Malichi, Hon.D.Bus. 4h
Andrea! You look marvelous!! God has a plan for you! We're all better for yours and Alexs' courage to tell & share your journey. I know my indescribable pain of losing my youngest son, Coby my mother and younger sister has benefited greatly! THANK YOU!
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KVUE News Sep 17
Toddler dies of overdose, Bangor woman arrested
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LM -pressed refresh on my life🛑🎭🦝🌪️🚷🦻🏻 8h
3 dead & 4 hospitalized all wearing orange wristbands, all came from a party at an apt. on the S. side of the city. ODs? ? Police still looking for details.
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ms. J Sep 15
Replying to @duckdaj
50 x more potent than Heroine
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Arianne Grand Sep 19
Replying to @komonews
You forgot the word ILLICIT, it should be written right before the word in your tweet.
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Dr. Proctor Sep 19
Replying to @DrugAlcoholDep
Another key finding: 85% of the total sample of people who use drugs said they were interested in having their drugs checked for .
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Oakville Beaver Sep 20
WARNING: , and residents put on alert as Halton Health Department and Halton Regional Police say these fake pills contain and are circulating in the area:
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Ed Markey 7h
I will never forget the day I stood in a Taunton church and learned the degree to which was devastating our communities. I have carried Taunton's story with me and have fought in the Senate to expand treatment and recovery services.
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