nj.com: Opioids kill 3K people in N.J. a year. Prescriptions for high-risk patients now must include an overdose antidote.


Governor Murphy signed a bill that requires doctors who prescribe opioids to also include a prescription Naloxone, an antidote that can reverse an overdose for patients with a history of addiction.  New Jersey is now the 8th state in the country to enact such a law that will hopefully save lives.


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