Las Vegas Vending Machines Offer Opioid Overdose Reversal Drug

April 2, 2019

Medical clinic Trac-b Exchange has started offering naloxone, an opioid overdose reversal drug, free-of-charge in vending machines in Las Vegas, according to FOX5 Vegas. The program is part of an effort to address the opioid epidemic. Users sign up to be able to use the machine and receive a card with a code that can be swiped on the machine to receive one naloxone each month or other health supplies the clinic offers through the machines, called Impact Exchange.


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