College Campuses to Receive Opioid Antidote

Last Updated: Wednesday, December 13, 2017

(Fox News, May 9) Free cartons of Narcan, the nasal spray that reverses an opioid overdose, will soon be making its way onto college campuses thanks to The Clinton Foundation and Adapt Pharma.

The pharmaceutical company and the foundation have teamed up to provide 40,000 doses (about 20,000 cartons) of Narcan to colleges across the nation. The company has a similar program already in place for high schools.

“The success of the Free NARCAN Nasal Spray for High Schools Program demonstrates the important role academic institutions can play in educating students about opioid misuse and keeping them safe in the face of the current opioid epidemic,” Adapt Pharma leader Seamus Mulligan said. Read more.

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