Publication date: Aug 08, 2019
The overdose reversal drug naloxone isn’t new-it was first approved to treat opioid overdose in the United States in 1971, so first responders and . ..
|CDC||Take-home naloxone program|
|Opioid Overdose||Drug overdose|
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