First responders spending more on overdose reversal drug First responders spending more on overdose reversal drug
The Washington, D.C., fire department paid about $6 for a prefilled syringe of naloxone in 2010, says spokesman Vito Maggiolo. This year, that same... First responders spending more on overdose reversal drug

The Washington, D.C., fire department paid about $6 for a prefilled syringe of naloxone in 2010, says spokesman Vito Maggiolo. This year, that same syringe runs about $30.


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