Hopkins study: Fentanyl a preference for some opioid users

Some Baltimore drug users have a preference for fentanyl, the powerful synthetic opioid responsible for a significant percentage of opioid-related deaths, a Johns Hopkins School of Public Health survey finds. That preference for fentanyl is a sign of what is available to opioid users in the open market, said Susan Sherman, the study’s senior author. “It’s the ...

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