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  • Doctor demonstrates emergency use of opioid blocking naloxone

    Dr. Magni Hamso, a physician at Terry Reilly Health Services in Boise, treats many patients coping with opioid addiction and is strong advocate of naloxone. The drug can save lives when administered to overdose victims in the time it takes paramedics to respond to a call.

Doctor demonstrates emergency use of opioid blocking naloxone

Dr. Magni Hamso, a physician at Terry Reilly Health Services in Boise, treats many patients coping with opioid addiction and is strong advocate of naloxone. The drug can save lives when administered to overdose victims in the time it takes paramedics to respond to a call.
Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com