Fayetteville Observer: Bitter Pills series: Heroin overdose treatment could help prescription drug abusers

Fayetteville Observer: Bitter Pills series: Heroin overdose treatment could help prescription drug abusers

A painkiller overdose death is not quick: The drugs depress the body’s central nervous system, taking hours to slow and then stop a victim’s breathing… “Laws that make it easier for people to get and use naloxone save lives and money,” said Corey Davis, a lawyer with the National Health Law Program. Read the full article here » 

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