‘I certainly saved lives with what I did.’

A pharmacist who went door-to-door handing out naloxone kits and trained non-pharmacist staff to do the same has admitted to professional misconduct At a disciplinary hearing in Toronto, Canadian pharmacist Jason Newman said he felt he had no choice given the urgent need for the potentially life-saving drug, according to a report by The Canadian

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