Several states are taking measures to halt the spread of an unapproved opioid drug eight times more powerful than morphine that has been linked to at least 50 deaths in the U.S. Georgia, Ohio, Wyoming and Kansas have already banned or taken action to ban the medication, but the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has yet to control it. The drug, known as U-47700, is a synthetic opioid that is either swallowed , snorted or injected. U-47700 can cause eye, skin, or respiratory irritation and is harmful if inhaled, ingested or absorbed through the skin. The drug produces strong effects including sedation ... Read More
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