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After more than 20 deaths in Argentina, adulterated cocaine worries Uruguay and Paraguay

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Uruguay and Paraguay, where a certain percentage of drugs in circulation are mixed with other substances, are concerned about last week's events in Argentina, where adulterated cocaine caused 23 deaths and more than 80 people were hospitalized for poisoning.

In Paraguay, the National Secretariat for Drug Control (Senad) reported that 10% of the cocaine seized during operations by special agents in 2021 contained adulterants that were harmful to health.

"Based on data collected by the Senad's Special Forensic Laboratory, 117 of 1104 cocaine samples analyzed in 2021 contained adulterants. This represents 10% of the . . .

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