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Naloxone OTC Switch Application On Horizon Thanks To $3.4M Funding From Purdue

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet & The Rose Sheet

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Harm Reduction Therapeutics, which has sought funding for a US Rx-to-OTC new drug application, receives grant from Purdue Pharma that enables filing and launching the product in a targeted 100,000 retail locations within two years.

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