Opioid deaths dropped by nearly a third in Hamilton County following an aggressive program to get an opioid antidote into the community.
Naloxone, also known as Narcan, can be administered via needle or nasal spray. And anyone can do it.
That’s one example of how cities in Ohio and across the country are working with the life-saving drug.
Coming up on All Sides with Ann Fisher, the age of Naloxone.
- William Miller, Chair and Professor Epidemiology, OSU Public Health
- Dennis Cauchon, former USA Today reporter, Executive Director of Harm Reduction Ohio
- Theresa Seagraves, Director of Health Systems and Planning Franklin County Public Health
- Tim Ingram, Health Commissioner Hamilton County