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Schulenberg had prescribed undisclosed medications to Prince and Kornfeld's son, Andrew, arrived at Paisley Park after Prince died with a small dose of Suboxone, an anti-addiction agent used to revive overdose victims; he was reportedly not legally authorized to administer that treatment. Schulenberg -- who left his job at the North Memorial Health Care in the days after Prince's death -- has not said what medication he prescribed for Prince and there's no indication that investigators think it was an opiate. Kornfeld continues to run a treatment center in California and his son is applying to medical schools, according to the paper."Prince’s death has raised the profile of the opioid crisis even further," said Dr.
His lawyer told the paper that Schulenberg has "fully cooperated" with the investigation and has not been questioned further by police since his voluntary interview on Apr. Chris Johnson, chairman of the Minnesota Department of Human Services Opioid Prescribing Work Group.
As you’d expect, some causes of death are more common than others.
For example, about a third of people die from diseases of the respiratory system (like the flu), but less than three percent die from infectious or parasitic diseases (like Tuberculosis). It’s much more likely for older people to get cancer than it is for younger people.
The singer's demise came after fentanyl -- which is as much as 50 times more powerful, and cheaper to produce than heroin and often disguised as more expensive prescription pain pills -- had not been seen on the local black market in the Minneapolis area, but experienced a sudden surge around the time of his death.