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A synthetic pharmaceutical drug, fentanyl is an opioid pain reliever (OPR) more than 50 to 100 times stronger than morphine. It is used to relieve severe pain, such as after surgery or during cancer treatment, and breakthrough pain (flare-ups of intense pain despite round-the-clock narcotic treatment). Fentanyl can take many forms to meet the patient’s needs.
Illicit drugs are highly addictive and illegal substances such as heroin, marijuana and meth. While the decision to use one of these drugs for the first time is usually a voluntary one, an unexpected addiction can make the decision to quit later extremely harder. An addiction to illicit drugs changes the way a person’s brain works,and the way they think and act.
Opiates include controlled prescription substances that are derived from opium, which is a chemical that naturally occurs in poppy seeds and plants. These drugs, which are clinically used for treating mild to severe pain in patients, are also referred to as “opioid painkillers.” The U.S. estimates that over 2 million people are addicted to opiates with 259 million prescriptions.
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