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Amy Delaney, program manager at Boston Public Health, holds a single dose of Narcan nasal spray at the Overdose Prevention & Naloxone Training Program at Boston Medical Health Clinic. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)

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Prescription-free Narcan could make medication too expensive, some warn

Naloxone has been used to reverse thousands of opioid overdoses in Massachusetts every year. Now, some local advocates worry that a federal decision to make one brand, Narcan, available without a prescription could make the overdose reversal medication too expensive for some users.

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