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Cocaine (also called crack, coke, rock, or blow) is a drug used to get high, but the effects of cocaine can harm the heart, brain, lungs, kidneys, and more. Addiction to cocaine carries other consequences. Cocaine is so dangerous that it can sometimes cause sudden death. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about cocaine use and abuse, addiction signs and treatments, and much more.

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Whether you’re in a small town or a big city, street drugs could make their way into your social circle. Learn more about these drugs and the effects they have on your mind and body.

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