Naloxone ‘safety net’ theory unfounded

Take-home naloxone is not associated with increased opioid use or overdose, according to a new systematic review Health researchers have debunked a common objection to take-home naloxone (THN) programs: that access to naloxone results in increased risk-taking behaviours in people who use opioids by providing a perceived “safety net”. Increased risk taking due to a

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