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University of Washington Train Study

The University of Washington released a study that measured the concentrations of fentanyl and methamphetamine in air and on surfaces in trains in Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington. The study highlights the ongoing opioid and stimulant crises faced by communities in the Pacific Northwest. The Medical Directors of the Oregon and Washington Poison Centers, Drs. Rob Hendrickson and Scott Phillips have issued a joint statement regarding the study findings. 

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The Oregon Poison Center at OHSU is the designated regional poison control center for Oregon, Alaska and Guam and is accredited by the American Association of Poison Control Centers.