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Naloxone, the opioid overdose reversal medication, can save lives, as reflected by the U.S. surgeon general's recent advisory that Americans carry it and know how to use. But in Indiana, only one in four pharmacists have actually dispensed the medication, an Indiana University study found.

Indiana University announced Monday 16 projects that will receive pieces of the $50 million it is spending to address addictions. They range from a project to identify future substance use disorders, to developing an educational program for addiction counseling.

The Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention celebrated its 20th anniversary with an address and award dinner in the Tudor Room of the Indiana Memorial Union, April 17, 2014.

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