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to administer or add a drug to

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After receiving the fatal dose Mrs Alker went into cardiac arrest and her brain suffered irreparable damage.
Catriona Rowan, 20, was last week convicted of giving Quinton Mac- Donald, 37, a fatal dose of the drug.
What fun to see John Major accusing Margaret Thatcher of bequeathing him high unemployment, inflation and a fatal dose of sleaze.
A fatal dose is just 100 billionths of a gram, making the toxin one of the most lethal poisons known.
Had any of the addressees taken the white substance thinking it was one of the advertised products, ``it would have been a fatal dose,'' he said.
AVINZA capsules must not be chewed, crushed or dissolved due to the risk of rapid release and absorption of a potentially fatal dose of morphine.
Murray, 60, who injected the singer with a fatal dose of anaesthetic Propofol, has been touting around a screenplay about his disastrous relationship with the King of Pop.
They claim AEG negligently hired and supervised Dr Conrad Murray - who was convicted of supplying Jackson with a fatal dose of propofol.
Conrad Murray administered a fatal dose of anesthetic Propofol to help him sleep.
Prosecutors claim Dr Murray gave Jackson a fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol, but defence attorneys claim Jackson gave himself the fatal dose.
A HOMELESS and unemployed nurse died after taking a fatal dose of drugs, an inquest heard.
Dr Conrad Murray, accused of giving Jackson a fatal dose of an anaesthetic to help him sleep, appeared in court in a grey suit and burgundy tie as Jackson's father Joe, mother Katherine, and siblings LaToya, Jermaine, Tito, Jackie and Randy watched from courtroom seats behind prosecutors.
A CORONER yesterday said the death of a 19-year-old fisherman who took almost three times the fatal dose of ecstasy showed recreational use of the drug is now common "in all circles".
A toxicological analysis found morphine levels in the blood to be three times higher than the lowest recorded fatal dose.
David Battison, aged 47, drank 16 times the fatal dose of cyanide from a cola bottle he was allowed to take into the police car after being arrested at his home in Ilkeston, Derbyshire, on March 12.