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Western alum creates nasal spray device for opioid overdoses

Industrial design project moves from classroom to market

A person holds up Nove, a a device that administers naloxone to reverse an opioid overdose.
Nove is a discrete device designed to administer naloxone to reverse an opioid overdose. Brendan Mudd, a graduate of Western Washington University's industrial design program, designed Nove. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By North Bennett News Intern
Like many medications, naloxone — the nasal spray that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose
Cascadia Daily News
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