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DEA allowed 1200% increase in Oxycontin manufacturing during medical marijuana era | The NORML Stash Blog

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  14. Anonymous

    Something this article neglected to mention is the correlation between oxycontin availability and heroin addiction. As a high-schooler I witnessed a large portion of my class start to experiment with oxycontin and percocet because it was readily available to a student who had broken his leg. None of these kids had any idea that their innocent experimenting would eventually turn into a full blown opiod addiction. Soon, oxycontin became harder to abuse so these young folks turned to heroin, which had never been a problem before. Several kids in my area died because of this.
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    The DEA indirectly causes young people to die from heroin. That and their own behavior obviously.

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  25. kevin

    Very good article. I would like to know the Oxy manufacturing increase in the last 5 years as well.

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