Opiant Pharmaceuticals Featured in Recent Media Highlighting NARCAN® Nasal Spray and Heroin Vaccine Development
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In Philly.com, an article titled “Scientists say they can make a vaccine against heroin. It’s an uphill battle” discusses the development of heroin vaccines to combat addiction. The article mentions Opiant, which recently licensed a heroin vaccine from the
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In Scrip Intelligence, an article titled “What Does 2017 Hold for Pharma?” includes expert commentary from leaders across the pharma and biotech spectrum. The article notes Dr. Crystal’s expectation of increasing recognition of addiction as a disease requiring medical treatment and better reimbursement for pharmacotherapy. Additionally, he anticipates increasing access to medical treatment for opioid addiction, as well as additional advances being made into the vaccine space.
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In ADVANCE for Nurses, an article titled “The Narcan Debate” spotlights the utility and ease of use of NARCAN® Nasal Spray compared to injectable naloxone in the ongoing battle against opioid overdose. The article also ponders the likelihood that naloxone will continue to serve as the go-to solution for countering overdoses as the opioid epidemic continues to spread.
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