Study: number of meth users in California hits all-time high

According to the San Francisco Health Department, 64 people died from accidental overdoses in February of this year including 47 from fentanyl. Now a new study shows the number of people using meth and also fentanyl here in California is at an all-time high. 72% of drug test results in 2023 from those who used fentanyl also contained meth, resulting in more than a 2000% increase since 2013. KTVU's Joey Horta discusses the report with Angela Huskey, Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer of Millennium Health, whose researchers gathered the data.

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