FDA News Release (Food and Drug Administration)
FDA moves quickly to approve easy-to-use nasal spray to treat opioid overdose
Naloxone in nasal spray form provides important new alternative for family members, first responders.
Do you have a family member addicted to Opioids?
Are you aware there is an over the counter Antidote available?
Would you buy the nasal spray to possibly save your loved ones life?
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