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Windgap: We Talk to CEO of a Startup Focused on Epinephrine Autoinjectors

By Henry Ehrlich Where were you when you found out Auvi-Q was being recalled? Okay, I don’t remember where I was either, but I shared the disappointment of thousands of food allergy families who had embraced the sleek, talking device that was a fresh alternative to the clunky EpiPen, which dominated the market like the […]

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Epinephrine Access Slogs State by State, While Overdose Treatment is Fast-Tracked

By Dr. Paul Ehrlich Only yesterday, food allergy advocates spent hours testifying before a California legislative committee on behalf of an access-to-epinephrine bill for school children. It is a scene that has been repeated in state after state, with favorable legislative results and even more notable health outcomes. I have nothing against this process, which […]

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