Donations of $4,500 overdose antidote were PR gold for drug maker — but some kits were close to expiring

(By Max Blau for STAT)

DUNWOODY, Ga. — Three years ago, with the opioid epidemic taking off, police officers in this affluent Atlanta suburb noticed an uptick in overdoses. Sgt. Robert Parsons rushed to equip his fellow officers with a lifesaving tool: the opioid antidote naloxone. Continue reading article here…

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