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One pill can kill: the fight for fentanyl awareness

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The first ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day is aiming to educate people on the dangers of fentanyl — especially when secretly mixed with other (more common) drugs. Impactual founder and president Ashley Spillane explains why the drug is so dangerous.