Pharmacists, GPs urged to co‐prescribe naloxone

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Opioid‐related mortality in people taking pharmaceutical opioids for chronic pain is common but can be prevented, say experts While pharmaceutical opioid prescribing and unintentional overdose deaths continue to rise, health practitioner attitudes towards risk may be contributing to low naloxone prescribing rates, argue experts. The rate of opioid-related deaths almost doubled between 2007 and 2017,

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