The following progression is not a coincidence. Drastic cuts in prescription opioids, then heroin – which provided the market for illegal fentanyl to take over – sent OD deaths off the charts. This was followed by monsters like skin-rotting Tranq and ultra-potent nitazines. Now Pink, aka U-47700 (another killer opioid, which is 7-8 times more potent than morphine) is showing up on the street. None of this is a coincidence. It started with the demonization of legal (and much safer) medications.
Many breast cancer nonprofits are attempting to attract public interest and generate support by exploiting commonly-held fears of chemicals as possible causes of breast cancer, a review by the American Council on Science and Health has found. The association between chemicals and breast cancer is discredited by a majority of the scientific community.