Why I Traveled to Stanford and MIT With Naloxone In My Pocket.

Founder of Fiduscript (and Naloxone Exchange), James Lott presenting at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Black Business Conference. Stanford, California. April, 2018.

I literally couldn’t shake my nerves. “I’m at Stanford! How the hell did I get here?” I thought. The nerves came from the high social status tied with everything Stanford, along with a crowd of investors, business people, and the university community. I was representing my company, Fiduscript a startup that provides life-saving resources to substance users online. Fiduscript was…

Pharmacist. Social Entrepreneur.

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James Lott

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Pharmacist. Social Entrepreneur.

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