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Smoking fentanyl can cause irreversible brain damage, report shows

By Colin Davidson, Professor of Neuropharmacology, University of Central Lancashire
A middle-aged American man with no previous medical history was found unconscious in his hotel room, with “unidentified crushed pills and a white residue” on a nearby table, according to a recent paper in BMJ Case Reports. White powder was visible around the man’s mouth.

This situation would be fairly unremarkable for a country that is in its tenth year of an illicit…The Conversation

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