Naloxone, a medication used to prevent overdose from opioids, can be legally obtained at Georgia pharmacies without a prescription, after Gov. Nathan Deal directed... Prescription no longer needed for overdose-reversing drug

Naloxone, a medication used to prevent overdose from opioids, can be legally obtained at Georgia pharmacies without a prescription, after Gov. Nathan Deal directed the Georgia Pharmacy Board and Department of Public Health to issue what amounts to a “statewide prescription.”

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