Maj. Gen. Randy Taylor: Army Medical Research Institute shares opioid knowledge with civilians

Addiction and overdose deaths from opioids continue to grow. But the Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense, located at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds, has been studying how medics would react if an enemy used opioids as a weapon. It’s learned a lot. And now it’s sharing that knowledge with first responders in the civilian world. Joining the Federal Drive with more, Maj. Gen. Randy Taylor, the senior mission commander of Aberdeen.

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