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Day at the Registry: Naloxone company lobbies for wider use of nasal spray

Marijuana companies, excise tax advocacy and health top new registry filings in the last few weeks

News | SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN
Published: Monday, 05/08/2017 5:32 pm EDT
Photo via Adapt Pharma Canada Ltd.
Adapt Pharma Canada Ltd. has registered to lobby the federal government to encourage wider use of its naloxone spray, which can reverse opioid overdoses.

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