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Auto-Injector? No… Epinephrine in a Tablet!

A researcher from Nova Southeastern University is working on a novel way to deliver epinephrine.

Peanut Allergy Treatment Receives Funding for Commercialization

"There’s a clear path to a marketable product here that could have tremendous impact globally."

Aptar Pharma and BD Announce Deal to Bring New Auto-Injector to Market

The economies of scale of the device's multiple applications could potentially result in a lower cost alternative for epinephrine delivery.
Afrezza Inhalable Insulin Device

Pharmaceutical Company Developing Inhalable Epinephrine

MannKind Corporation is developing a product that would dispose of the needle entirely.
Oval Auto-Injector

Recap: Four Auto-Injectors on the Horizon

Here are articles we published in the past year on four noteworthy auto-injector designs currently at various stages in the pipeline.

Promising OIT Results from UNC Phase II Trial

"The first-ever clinical study of preschoolers allergic to peanuts could lead to safe and effective treatment for millions of people."

Study: New Gene Therapy Protects Against Anaphylaxis from Peanut Allergy

The technique could also be applied to other IgE-mediated food allergies.

Epinephrine Auto-injectors: Where is the Long Promised Generic?

We were supposed to have a generic alternative last year. What's holding it up and when can we expect it?

Adamis Auto-Injector Rejected by FDA

More study required as result of changes made to product in response to prior rejection.

Delivering the Next Generation Auto-Injector

CEO Christopher Stepanian tells us how Windgap's auto-injector seeks to 'improve the quality of life for patients living with severe allergies.'

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