Tackling the Epidemic: Prevent, Protect, Prevail

Combating The Fentanyl & Opioid Epidemic To Save As Many Lives As Possible

Overdose Prevention and Detection

Utilizing proprietary fentanyl test strips to prevent overdoses by accurately detecting fentanyl without cross-reactivity with other cutting agents.

Comprehensive Recovery

Offering Naloxone Hydrochloride-based injectables for overdose protection, alongside FDA-cleared technologies to combat withdrawal symptoms, aiding in the successful journey to recovery.

What is Fentanyl?

Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid, considered one of the most lethal and widely used substances.

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, fentanyl is similar to morphine but 50 to 100 times more potent and about ten times more potent than heroin.

Fentanyl was initially created only for use in very extreme and rare cases, such as for cancer patients who could not experience pain relief from other opioid drugs.

The drug fell into the hands of illicit market traffickers who figured out how to make illicit fentanyl in illegal drug labs and it is widely mixed into other drugs.

On average, one person dies of a fentanyl overdose in the United States every seven minutes. The drug kills more people than car accidents, gun violence and suicide.

OPIOID Facts & Statistics

More than 760,000 people have died since 1999 from a drug overdose. Nearly 75% of drug overdose deaths in 2020 involved an opioid.

People died from drug overdose in 2019
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People misused prescription opioids in the past year
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People had an opioid use disorder in the past year
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People used methamphetamine in the past year
People used heroin in the past year
People used heroin for the first time
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People misused prescription pain relievers for the first time
Deaths attributed to overdosing on heroin (In 12-month period ending June 2020)
Deaths attributed to overdosing on synthetic opioids other than methadone (In 12-month period ending on June 2020)

The Numbers are Frightening