• Carfentanil: The Military’s Secret Chemical Agent

    Carfentanil, a dangerous adulterant covertly added to batches of illegal street heroin, was examined in the previous issue of Counselor (Furek, 2017). Carfentanil “is a synthetic opioid that is ten thousand times stronger than morphine and one hundred times more potent than fentanyl, another deadly synthetic opioid” (MacQuarrie, 2016).

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  • Ethics: Be Visionary, Visible, and Vocal

    Plato, perhaps the most famous of ancient philosophers, laid the groundwork for our modern social mores. He believed that ethics were the pillars of good human behavior.

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