It's called "the most horrible drug in the world" -- and it's come to Illinois. Dr. Abhin Singala, a specialist at Presence St. Joseph Medical Center in the Chicago suburb of Joliet, said he's treating three people who took "krokodil," a cheap heroin knockoff from Russia known to cause such extreme gangrene and abscesses that a user's muscles, tendons and bones can become exposed.
“As of late as last week, the first cases – a few people in Utah and Arizona – were reported to have been using the heroin
Once injected, the drug causes damage to blood vessels and tissue, causing flesh to rot from the inside out. The horrific