Heroin support group City of Angels praises overdose antidote Narcan

The state of New Jersey and the federal

The state of New Jersey and the federal government have both signed off on drugs that serve as an antidote to heroin overdoses. (April 4, 2014 11:38 PM)

People living with heroin addiction and a group dedicated to helping them are reacting to news of a medicine that can bring people back from the edge of death.

The state of New Jersey and the federal government have both signed off on drugs that serve as an antidote to heroin overdoses.    

Members of City of Angels, an organization that does interventions and offers recovery...

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