Editorial: Let’s talk about drug overdose deaths in Ohio

It's important that journalists are starting to report that fentanyl-laced cocaine and meth are killing large numbers of Ohioans. But this "new” trend in drug deaths is not new at all. It started in earnest more than two years ago. What's sad is that our state and...

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Fentanyl analogs: What don’t we know, and why we don’t know it

Almost nothing is known about the dangers of fentanyl analogs. They are Schedule I drugs, and research is largely prohibited, even on risk and safety. As a result, a group of drugs has killed thousands of Ohioans, yet the medical profession knows close to nothing about why.

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