Tess Nishida, a pain pharmacist at the University of Washington, poses for a photo Friday, Oct. 7, 2016, holding a vial of Naloxone, which can be used to block the potentially fatal effects of an opioid overdose.
Tess Nishida, a pain pharmacist at the University of Washington, poses for a photo Friday, Oct. 7, 2016, holding a vial of Naloxone, which can be used to block the potentially fatal effects of an opioid overdose. Ted S. Warren AP
Tess Nishida, a pain pharmacist at the University of Washington, poses for a photo Friday, Oct. 7, 2016, holding a vial of Naloxone, which can be used to block the potentially fatal effects of an opioid overdose. Ted S. Warren AP

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