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Colorado K-12 schools stock up on naloxone as teen overdose deaths rise sharply

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Written by The Denver Post on April 28, 2022

Children’s Hospital Colorado — which declared a “state of emergency”
last year as its emergency departments filled with children seeking
help for mental illnesses — is treating more patients for fentanyl
overdoses in its emergency room, Sam Wang, a medical toxicologist
and pediatric emergency medicine specialist at Children’s Hospital
[and associate professor of pediatrics at CU school of Medicine].

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