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Category Archives: Drug Charges

FDA Approves New Drug to Treat Cocaine Addiction

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) just gave the go-ahead for advanced studies on a new drug that can potentially be used to combat the effects of cocaine addiction. Dr. Ronald Crystal, the chairman of genetic medicine at Weill Cornell, has teamed with NewYork-Presbyterian to develop a vaccine that may work as antidote of… […]

US Congress Considers Law to Combat Prescription Drug Abuse

The US House of Representatives recently approved a new bill that would provide law enforcement and health officials with the resources they need to combat prescription opioid abuse and addiction. Those resources would include increasing the availability of educational programs for prescription drug addiction and giving law enforcement and emergency medical responders needed access to… […]

Fentanyl Overdose Deaths Pose Problem for Law Enforcement

When medical examiners in Minnesota performed an autopsy on Prince, they reportedly learned that the celebrated singer and musician had fatally overdosed on fentanyl. Fentanyl is a commonly prescribed opioid for people suffering from chronic pain. In many cases, the person getting a prescription for fentanyl is an end-stage cancer patient. One of the reasons… […]

FDA Approval for Implant Device That Administers Anti-Addiction Drugs

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has finally granted approval to Probuphine, a device that is implanted into patients and that dispenses buprenorphine, an anti-addiction drug. The medication helps prescription drug addicts to kick their drug habits and get back on the road to recovery and good health. At this time, most medication-assisted treatment… […]

Medical Examiners: Music Superstar Prince Overdosed on Fentanyl

When music superstar Prince died on April 21 at his home in Minnesota, it rocked the country. This was especially true after sources close to the death investigation indicated that Prince may have died as a result of a prescription drug overdose, highlighting the serious drug addiction problem facing many people in the United States.… […]

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