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Estonia won its war on fentanyl, then it got worse

USATODAY.com Thursday, 26 March 2020
Estonia won its war on fentanyl in 2017 after major police busts effectively cut off supply to the tiny nation. Overdose deaths plunged. But many users didn't return to heroin. Instead, they began injecting combinations of synthetic drugs. (March 26)
 
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