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Furanyl Fentanyl is now controlled substance

On July 13, 2016, the Wisconsin Controlled Substances Board decided to schedule furanyl fentanyl, an analog opioid to fentanyl, as a controlled substance. Attorney General Brad Schimel issued the following statement in response to the decision:

“In order to be effective in our fight against heroin and opioids, we must respond rapidly to new drugs and trends entering the market and I applaud the Wisconsin Controlled Substances Board’s quick action to list furanyl fentanyl as a controlled substance.” Continue Reading Furanyl Fentanyl is now controlled substance

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