The case for stocking up on Narcan, which reverses opioid overdoses

“Street drugs are so potent in certain areas now, particularly because of the omnipresence of fentanyl,” says New York Times reporter Jan Hoffman. “Sometimes it actually does take two doses, but for the most, one dose can truly save a life.” Photo by Shutterstock

Narcan, the nasal medication used to reverse an opioid overdose, will be available over the counter later this month. A two-dose box will cost about $45.

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