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100 times more potent than heroin. it largely comes from china and is reportedly cheaper than the cost of heroin. law enforcement expect that the fentanyl market will continue to expand in the future as new products attract additional users. in 2016, 45% of law enforcement agencies that responded to the survey, reported heroin as the greatest threat in their area. in contrast, 8% of respondents reported it the greatest threat in 2007. the reports are in the northeast, midwest and mid atlantic region. opioids are the main cause of drug overdose deaths. reports indicate that increases in overdose deaths are most likely driven by fentanyl and heroin. the increase in available of heroin and other drugs corresponds to the increase in drug overdose deaths around the country. new hampshire ranks second in the country in drug overdose deaths and they have reported high availability of heroin in the area. new mexico and utah rank eighth and ninth respectively. but only 4.7% reported heroin as the greatest threat. this discrepancy may be explained by a number of factors, including fentanyl.
heroin and it is 50 to 100 times more potent. nonpharmaceutical fentanyl largely come from china to support a cheaper than the cost of heroin. increased potency of the compound sexually dangerous and law enforcement expect the fentanyl market will continue to expand in the future as new fentanyl products attractt additional users. the threat posed has increased since 2007 at the threat varies by region. in 2016 approximate 45% 16 approximate 45% of law enforcement agencies respondeded to the national survey reported heroin as the greatest threat it the event in contrast 8% of responders for heroin as a greatest threat in 20,072,007. reports of heroin as the greatest that are concentrated in the northeast, midwest and mid-atlantic regions. opioids are the main cause of i drug overdose deaths. a mid reports indicate that increases in overdose deaths are most likely driven by fentanyl and heroin. the increasing available of heroin and other opioids largely but not entirely corresponds to the increase in drug overdose deaths around the country. new hampshire ranks second in the country
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)