Another epidemic rises in the United states, this time the deadly drug Fentanyl is being found laced with cocaine & crack Cocaine killing the user in a matter of minutes without any warning. According to http://www.businessinsider.com; Fentanyl is also now being cut into cocaine, and is causing a rise in overdose deaths of occasional users who likely have no idea that they’ve ingested the painkiller in the first place, according to the New York City Department of Health (NYC DOH). Since the drug is easy and inexpensive to make, drug dealers are using it to spike other substances and create counterfeit versions of drugs. Fentanyl, the drug that killed Prince, is an opioid painkiller that’s 50 times stronger than pure heroin.
But now New York City health officials are worried that more recreational cocaine users are falling victim to fentanyl because it’s being laced with the drugs they’re buying—often without them knowing. According to the press release, more than 1,300 people died of a drug overdose in New York last year—and of those, 37 percent had both cocaine and fentanyl in their system, up from just 11 percent in 2015.
According to http://www.wcpo.com CINCINNATI — Hamilton County’s coroner has a warning for anyone using drugs in Greater Cincinnati. “If you’re choosing to use drugs right now, you really are taking a gamble,” Dr. Lakshmi Samancor said. And Sam Marco isn’t just referring to heroin, fentanyl or a relatively new drug known as “Gray Death.” She said cocaine mixed with fentanyl and a rise in carfentanil is also causing hundreds of deaths. “We’ve seen a 30 percent increase in cocaine,” Sam Marco said. “I know that that’s also been mixed with fentanyl and different fentanyl combinations.”
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