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Tina Giuliano ·

ASU justice studies and African and African American studies junior Maya Tatum, who is also vice president of the Students for Sensible Drug Use (SSDU), holds naloxone in Tempe, Arizona, on Monday, Feb. 26, 2018.



"A balanced approach is important, and it’s important that consumers be aware of their own family history of cardiovascular or heart disease (as well as) those at high risk for cardiac abnormalities or cardiac arrhythmia."



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