The cocaine cutting agent levamisole is frequently detected in cocaine users.

@article{Pope2018TheCC,
  title={The cocaine cutting agent levamisole is frequently detected in cocaine users.},
  author={Jeffrey D Pope and Olaf Heino Drummer and Hans Gerhard Schneider},
  journal={Pathology},
  year={2018},
  volume={50 5},
  pages={
          536-539
        }
}
Cocaine use in Australia is increasing, with approximately 2.5% of the surveyed population having used cocaine. In the USA, levamisole, a widely used anti-helminthic veterinary drug has been increasingly detected as a cutting agent in cocaine seizures. Levamisole is known to cause agranulocytosis in humans. We ascertained the prevalence of levamisole… CONTINUE READING