Aimee Dunkle featured in Los Angeles Times

As need grows for painkiller overdose treatment, companies raise prices, July 2016

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“Aimee Dunkle began helping to distribute the drug naloxone — the life-saving antidote to prescription painkiller overdoses — after her son died.
Ben Dunkle, 20, was with three people when he overdosed in 2012, she said. She believes he would be alive today if they had naloxone.”

Read the whole article, As need grows for painkiller overdose treatment, companies raise prices here.

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

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