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Ashli and Brothers Alec and Chase

10 Year-Old Brother Saves 14 Year-Old Girl with Food Allergies From Anaphylaxis

"Ashli was probably the farthest gone patient that I've seen come back. We all thought she was going to die right there in front of us on the bed."

Study: Epinephrine and More Trained Staff to Administer It Needed in Schools

Epinephrine is saving lives at school but is often administered by unlicensed staff or students.
Pfizer HQ

FDA Warns Pfizer’s Meridian over Handling of EpiPen Malfunctions

Company has 15 working days to respond to numerous FDA concerns.
Annie LeGere

LeGere’s Law Bears Fruit as Local Law Enforcement to be Trained and Armed with...

One hundred staff members including 68 full-time officers to be trained and provided access to stock epinephrine.

Kaléo Launches Program to Provide Free Epinephrine Auto-Injectors to Schools

"Q for Schools" program will provide stock epinephrine to public elementary schools nationwide.

What We Learned from the Georgia Murphy Inquest

Georgia's family received few answers. We look for the lessons we can learn to prevent similar tragedies from befalling the community.
Symjepi™ Prefilled Syringe

Welcome Symjepi™: Adamis’ Prefilled Epinephrine Syringe Receives FDA Approval

The additional competition should help lower costs across the emergency epinephrine market.
Reps Kupchick and McCarthy Vahey

Expansive School Food Allergy Policies Passed by State House

Legislation and task force recommendations serve as a model for other states and municipalities to follow suit.
Kaleo Evzio

Kaléo Sued Over Evzio, an Auto-Injector With Pricing Structure Similar to Auvi-Q

Arcane system of pricing and insurance rebates at heart of the suit.

County EMS Saves $334,000 Annually by Switching to Epinephrine via Syringe

Ever wonder how much the auto-injector contributes to the cost of emergency epinephrine?