Obama Eases Naloxone Access to Cut Heroin Overdose DeathsBy and
Changes to drug policies to be announced in West Virginia
About 24,000 killed annnually in the U.S. by opioids or heroin
With the death toll from drug overdoses spiking in the U.S., the federal government will make it easier for addicts to get compounds that can counteract the effects of abuse of heroin and prescription painkillers.
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