The life-saving, opioid-reversing drug Narcan may soon be available at your corner gas station, grocery store or online in addition to pharmacies. On Wednesday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Narcan — formally known as naloxone hydrochloride — for use without a prescription.

A University of Michigan survey of Michigan pharmacies last year found the average out-of-pocket cost of Narcan was $127.77.

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