DEA’s latest bogeyman: Krokodil

posted by
June 29, 2011
Fox News    
Posted in LAND News, News, PND News

"A new designer drug called krokodil -- a derivative of morphine that can turn an addict's skin greenish, scaly and cause it to rot away -- is being eyed by officials at the Drug Enforcement Administration, has learned. ... Thus far, users of krokodil -- or desomorphine -- have only been found in large numbers in Russia, where 65 million doses of the opiate have been seized during the first three months of this year alone, Russia's Federal Drug Control Service told Time." (06/29/11)  


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