The backstory of Trump’s foundering opioid fight
CBS - 01/31/2018
“Internationally, Naloxone is available for less than a dollar and that is the kind of price that we should be demanding, because the product is generic, cheap to make, and we need it to really make a difference,” said Leo Beletsky, a law and health sciences professor at Northeastern University.
“Obviously in the U.S. you’re paying $70 dollars for a two-dose pack,” he said. “You could be saving three times as many people at the very least. You could be saving 10 people for the price of one. These are real numbers and real lives.”