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than heroin. they are using chemical components from china and elsewhere. they are being produced an aan and distributed here at home. it includes law enforcement, border trafficking issues including the flow of from china. the public health and treatment concerns that uniquely present. it couldn't be a more urgent topic for this task force to start with. i want to thank our four witnesses. she is the director of national institute of drug abuse. dr. corey waller is the committee chairman society of addiction medicine, a new jersey native i want to thank for being here. dr. josh rising is from the knew charitable trusts. lisa marsh of center of technology and behavioral health. thank you for being here. we are eager to learn from you. before us we have dozens of years of incredible experience on synthetics. it is a drug that has swept the state of new hampshire. we have gone from number three in deaths per thousand population to number two. there are a lot of things new hampshire likes to be first in the nation for. this is not one of them. i wanted to mention that when my former col
united states using chemical components from china and elsewhere, but they are being produced and distributed right here at home. there's a host of issues to discuss in this area, including law enforcement, border trafficking issues, the flow of fentanyl from china, which we will address in a future roundtable. today, we are looking at an overview of the science behind these drugs and the public health and treatment concerns they uniquely represent. it could not be a more urgent topic for this task force to start with. i want to thank our four witnesses today, dr. nora volkow from the national institutes of health, dr. corey waller, dr. josh rising, and dr. lisa marsch. thank you all for being here. we are eager to learn from you. with that, i want to turn this over to my cochair, representative kuster. rep. kuster: thank you. we particularly want to thank our guest from new hampshire. before us, we have dozens of years of incredible experience on synthetics like fentanyl. fentanyl is a drug that has swept the state of new hampshire. we have gone from number three in deaths per th
? the understanding is that most of the fentanyl is actually being diverted from china and is actuallynyl that is produced in the united states for pharmaceutical purposes. it is generated in the black market. >> so, i had a conversation with my local folks, and and actually, that was one of the by one oft was raised the local officials who had been dealing with this. i want to bring this to the attention of the chair here. could we start to put some pressure on china to try to stop the trafficking of the fentanyl? two you know whether there has been any effort in that regard? -- do you know whether there has been any effort in that regard? >> my understanding is there has been definitive efforts to try to engage china to minimize the production of these fentanyl from the black market, but i'm not the agency behind it. we can provide you the exact information. mother my understanding -- but my understanding is, they are. thiswould request that could be something -- i don't know whether the task force has looked into it, but if not, i would request that. >> sure. >> i yield bac
china and they're being produced and distributed here at home. there's a number of issues to discuss in this area, including boarder patrol issues and fentanyl which we will address later. today we are looking at the science behind these drugs and the concerns they present. it couldn't be a more urgent topic for this task force to start with. i want to thank our four witnesses today, dr. nora volcal is the director of the national institute of drug abuse which is parts of the national institutes of health. dr. cory waller is a new jersey native i want to thank for being here. dr. josh rising is the director of health programs and dr. lisa marsh is director of the dartmouth center for technology and behavioral health. thank you for being here and we're eager to learn from you with that i want to turn it over to my co-chair. >> thank you so much. i particularly want to welcome our guests from new hampshire. before us we have dozens of years of incredible experience on synthetics like fentanyl. fentanyl is a drug that has swept the state of new hampshire. we've gone from number three in
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