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Must Hear: How Smart Marketing Transformed EpiPen Into A Billion-Dollar Product

This interview with Cynthia Koons who published a report on the topic last week is well worth your time especially if your family relies on epinephrine to stay safe.

14 Year Old Girl, Denied Epinephrine, Dies from Peanut Ingestion

In yet another horrific tragedy that could have been avoided, 14 year old Emma Sloan died on the streets of Dublin Wednesday after ingesting...

Michigan Enacts School Epinephrine Laws

MI governor signs bills mandating epinephrine be stocked in all public schools and that staff be trained in administration of the drug.

What We Learned from the Adrian Peterson Story

The important take-aways from the story of Adrian Peterson's 2011 bout of anaphylaxis.

Slate Opinion Piece: ‘The Patron Saint of Peanut Allergies’

An open letter to Malia Obama asks her to encourage her father to do more regarding food allergies.
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Petition to President: ‘Help our schools become safe and ADA compliant’

Sign this petition for continued action on behalf of children with food allergies.

President Obama Signs School Epinephrine Bill into Law

Culminating two years of effort, the School Access to Emergency Epinephrine Act was signed into law today by President Obama.

School Epinephrine Bill Passes Senate

The School Access to Emergency Epinephrine Act was passed by the full Senate today and moves to the President for his signature.

‘Stock’ Epinephrine Bill Ready for Full Senate Vote

The School Access to Emergency Epinephrine Act has cleared another legislative hurdle.

FARE Advisory: Effect of Partial Government Shutdown on the Allergic

FARE has issued an advisory regarding the effect of the current partial shutdown of the Federal Government on those with food allergies.

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