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Diprivan Found in Jackson's Home

More information is trickling out about Michael Jackson's final days. Police have found Diprivan (Propofol), a very strong sedative, at his home, sources tell ABC News, in addition to the previously reported doses of pain medications Oxycontin and Demerol. Jackson is believed to have used different doctors and aliases to obtain the drugs. In other new development, Us Weekly is reporting that the 50 year-old singer had a cancerous lesion removed from his nose just days before he died on June 25. "This is not a man who suffers pain well. He likes painkillers. So he got some from here, he got some from there—who knows how much," biographer Diane Dimond said.