9 Common Questions About a Drug That Saves Lives

One of the reasons I became involved in drug policy reform was because young people in my practice began dying from accidental overdose–this was alarming, but what was unacceptable to me was that there were few answers as to why.

Many states now have some form of naloxone access legislation as well as a 911 Good Samaritan law that will grant at least limited immunity for people calling 911 to report an overdose.

Unfortunately, there are still many barriers to actually implementing naloxone access programs. Here’s an article I wrote to explain some of these barriers and how individuals and families can overcome them:

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