Pharmacists on the frontline of overdose response

Researchers welcome rise in numbers of pharmacies involved in the Take Home Naloxone program, but more action is needed to combat opioid overdoses  With more than 1000 Australians dying each year from opioid-related overdoses more pharmacies need to participate in the Take Home Naloxone program, researchers say.  A survey of pharmacies conducted by Monash University’s

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