Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

Opioids: Do Drugs Contain What People Think They Contain? (Results from the Community Urinalysis and Self-Report Project)

Highlights how often fentanyl and heroin/morphine were detected among 1,526 people who use drugs from seven regions in Canada. Results are broken down by whether participants expected or did not expect to use these drugs. The infographic also recommends actions to reduce harms associated with the unpredictability of the unregulated drug supply. This follows the report Community Urinalysis and Self-Report Project: Cross-Canada Report on the Use of Drugs from the Unregulated Supply, 2019-2021 Data.

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