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Medical Professionals Reference (MPR)DEA: “Rainbow Fentanyl” a Deliberate Tactic to Target Young People

The colorful fentanyl, known as “rainbow fentanyl,” has been identified in 18 different states and has been found in a variety of forms, including pills, powder, and blocks that resemble sidewalk chalk, according to a press release from the agency. No particular color has been found to have a higher potency through testing. According to the DEA, every shade, shape, and size should be viewed as being exceedingly harmful.

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