Mexican pharmacies are selling pills to laced with deadly fentanyl


Testing on an Adderall pill from Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, came back positive on Jan. 27, 2023. Pharmacies there are selling counterfeit prescription pills laced with illicit substances and passing them off as legitimate pharmaceuticals.

Researchers say Mexican pharmacies that cater to U.S. tourists and medical travelers are selling medications that look safe but are laced with deadly fentanyl and methamphetamines.

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