State legislation hampers naloxone access

Walgreens pharmacist with naloxone
A US pharmacist with naloxone kit. Image: Walgreens
Legislative changes are required to bolster access to naloxone in Victoria, a state MP believes  Victorian legislation needs to be updated to enable a broader range of suppliers of naloxone to combat the risk of opioid overdoses, Legislative Assembly member, Dr Tim Read, says.   Speaking in the state parliament last week, Read called on

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