Medicine plays a vital role in safeguarding public health throughout the world. Pharmaceutical companies develop medicines to treat and cure sickness and disease. However, despite these noble intentions, occasionally substances created for a specific therapeutic purpose become dangerous. Heroin, for example, was introduced in 1898 as a therapeutic drug but was later determined to be highly addictive, leading to significant abuse. Since then, numerous pharmaceuticals products developed for specific therapeutic uses have been proven to be moderately to highly addictive, resulting in overdoses and deaths.