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Unsuspecting partiers hit with a sobering message

Recreational drug users may recognize a familiar scene if they visit some bars and nightclubs in Vancouver. A unique campaign, involving decals mimicking drug use, aims to educate people about the dangers of fentanyl.
Fentanyl is a contaminant you can’t see, smell or taste – but it's been linked to at least 655 deaths in Canada since 2009 and is increasingly being found in recreational drugs. 
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View all of the decals on our Facebook page.

Fentanyl can be prescribed

Fentanyl is sometimes used in the management of complex pain.  It must be prescribed by a physician and the dose should be carefully monitored.
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