Contaminated cocaine prompts Take Home Naloxone push

Pharmacists are being urged to be proactive in offering Take Home Naloxone after authorities discover opioid-tainted cocaine   Concerns over the discovery of white powder containing protonitazene, a synthetic opioid, being sold as cocaine, highlight the need for pharmacists to promote Take Home Naloxone, Peter Guthrey, the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia’s (PSA) senior pharmacist says.

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