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Surge in Carfentanil Overdoses Overwhelming Ohio First Responders and Crime Labs

The recent surge in overdoses from the potent opioid carfentanil is overwhelming first responders and crime labs in Ohio, NPR reports. Carfentanil, used to sedate elephants, is 100 times stronger than fentanyl. The post Surge in Carfentanil Overdoses Overwhelming Ohio First Responders and Crime Labs appeared first on Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.
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