One Pill Can Kill

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Here’s a recap of Dr. Peter Coleman’s video, “One Pill Can Kill.”

The Dangerous Reality

About 70,000 people died last year of an overdose, almost all of it caused by fentanyl. The DEA has recently come out with a campaign called “One Pill Can Kill”, and it’s dramatic and it’s true. Studies show that 20% of the pills that are made on the street have fentanyl in a dose that’s fatal in one pill.

It doesn’t kill quite that many people because a lot of people using stuff out there have tolerance, and so they can tolerate a little bit more than that. But for someone who thinks they’re buying Valium or Xanax, or ecstasy it can be a fatal dose.

No Way to Know

Fentanyl is deadly. It doesn’t make any logical sense to me that if somebody’s trying to buy Xanax or a downer or sedative that they would want to use an opiate. They don’t actually want that, they’re trying to just buy a sedative, and by giving it to them, dealers are killing their client. This is the reality and we have got to get the word out there, because people don’t know.

It’s deadly every time you try it because you have no idea what you’re buying if it’s in a powder or it’s in a pill or something like that. It can be fatal. These laced pills look identical to the ones that are made by the pharmaceutical companies.

Getting the Word Out

So one pill can kill is true. Please, if you have any way of sharing this kind of information on social media, on TikTok, or Facebook, or Instagram we need to let people know that every single pill that people buy on the street that does not come from a doctor’s prescription could be fatal.

We lost 70,000 people last year, so please do what you can.

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