It’s about to get easier to access affordable naloxone - The Washington Post
Meryl Kornfield for The Washington Post
The first shipment of naloxone in a new national effort to reverse overdoses arrived somewhat unceremoniously.
Delayed by shipping wait times and packaged in nondescript cardboard, 100,000 doses of Pfizer’s injectable drug were delivered Wednesday by a driver who steered two massive pallets into an unassuming warehouse that is home to the newly created nonprofit Remedy Alliance, which is expected to distribute mass amounts of the drug that reverses opioid overdoses to smaller community groups. Read more