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Thousands of deaths in Canada due to painkillers
More than 10,000 people since the beginning of 2016 in Canada died from an overdose of strong painkillers such as fentanyl and oxycodone. That it appears from the figures that the health authorities in the North-American country is serious cause for concern.

Today it was announced that last year in the period January 2016 - september 2018 3286 Canadians died by ingesting a large quantity of opioids, such as these synthetic morfinevarianten be called. In 93 percent of cases, according to Health is a not-sought-after death.

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“These new data are a brutal reminder of the importance of our policy to reinforce this epidemic under control,” said a spokeswoman. The impugned painkillers are dozens of times stronger than heroin and morphine and are also addictive and are very popular on the black market. Also in the U.S., the use of these drugs ominous forms.

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