Flesh-Eating Drug Krokodil Catches On In U.S.

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Several people in the U.S. have been hospitalized following their apparent use of the highly addictive injectable street drug known as krokodil, which is popular in Eastern Europe and which experts say rots users’ flesh from the inside out. What do you think?

  • “I don’t trust any drug that’s misspelled.”

    Whit Skrien
    Dross Skimmer
  • “Destroying your body with drugs is a marathon, not a sprint.”

    Ken Barbanell
    Oral Surgeon
  • “Are there any side effects?”

    Karen Cusack
    Battery Repairer