One Pill Can Kill

Warns of the dangers of counterfeit pills laced with deadly fentanyl and meth. On December 16, DEA Administrator Anne Milgram announced the results of a public safety surge across the country, which resulted in the seizure of 8.4 million counterfeit pills. The “One Pill Can Kill” partner toolkit can be shared with colleagues, constituents, friends, and neighbors.

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