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DEA Still Searching For Evidence Of Krokodil In The U.S., Use Of Synthetic Drug May Have Been Falsely Reported

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Tuesday, 29 October 2013

DEA Still Searching For Evidence Of Krokodil In The U.S., Use Of Synthetic Drug May Have Been Falsely ReportedDEA Still Searching For Evidence Of Krokodil In The U.S., Use Of Synthetic Drug May Have Been Falsely Reported

Earlier this month, there were widespread reports that krokodil, the flesh-eating synthetic opiate that has plagued addicts and users in rural areas of Russia and Eastern Europe in recent years, had spread across the...
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