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Fentanyl Test Strips Help to Prevent Overdoses

News   Oct 19, 2018 | Original Story from Brown University.

 
Fentanyl Test Strips Help to Prevent Overdoses

Max Krieger, a research assistant at Brown University’s School of Public Health, illustrating how to use a rapid-acting fentanyl test strip. The team of researchers found that most of those young adults used the strips — and many who detected fentanyl reported changing their behavior to reduce overdose risk. Credit: Stephen Crocker/Brown University.

 
 
 

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