Naloxone report calls for end to ‘onerous’ barriers

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A new report from the Penington Institute has called for free take-home naloxone to be available from pharmacies and other sites, as Health Minister announces new product A report released this week by the Penington Institute, a not-for-profit organisation that advocates for effective strategies for tackling problematic drug use, has proposed a model for a

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