Aimee Dunkle featured in The Orange County Register

Overdose antidote naloxone moves to mainstream, December 2015

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“Aimee Dunkle believes her 20-year-old son’s death – from an overdose of heroin – could have been avoided.
Not if he had gone to rehab. The Tesoro High School graduate had been several times. But rather if he or his friends had carried naloxone, the fast-acting, easy-to-administer antidote that at about $25 a dose snaps back to life someone overdosing on opioids, a class of drugs that includes heroin and prescription painkillers.”

Read the whole article, Overdose antidote naloxone moves to mainstream here.

Learn more about Aimee Dunkle’s project, The Solace Foundation, here.

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