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Naloxone for administration by peers in cases of heroin overdose
Simon R Lenton, Paul M Dietze, Louisa Degenhardt, Shane Darke and Tony G Butler
Med J Aust 2009; 191 (8): 469.
Simon R Lenton, Professor and Deputy Director1
Paul M Dietze, Principal Research Fellow and Associate Professor2
Louisa Degenhardt, Professor and Assistant Director3
Shane Darke, Professor3
Tony G Butler, Associate Professor1
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