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Easily available naloxone helps combat Wichita's fentanyl crisis

Summary by The Wichita Beacon
With armfuls of pamphlets, fentanyl test strips and naloxone, Morgan Jennings shows up around Wichita on a mission: trying to stop opioid overdoses. For Jennings, every opportunity to distribute naloxone, a medication that reverses opioid overdoses, is a chance to honor the people in her life affected by substance use disorder. She lost her father to alcoholism in 2000 and a good friend to fentanyl in 2016. “That was a huge life change for me,” …

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