Synthetic drug abuse on the rise in Taiwan: FDA
Taipei, May 31 (CNA) The use of drugs containing synthetic cathinones, commonly known as bath salts, is becoming more prevalent in Taiwan and has led to 60 deaths so far this year, the country's Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said Wednesday.
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