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The dangers of xylazine, with guest Ross Sullivan, MD, from Upstate's The Informed Patient podcast

Drug meant for large animals is being mixed into street drugs

Xylazine, a veterinary drug that can be life-threatening to humans, has been found recently in street drugs in Central New York. Ross Sullivan, MD, explains how the drug works, including the possibility of inducing a coma. Sullivan is an assistant professor of emergency medicine at Upstate and director of medical toxicology.