California and Illinois make significant progress on “stock epinephrine” bills.
The future of “Sabrina’s Law”, the groundbreaking anaphylaxis legislation, is suddenly in question.
FARE joins the fight in a significant food allergy civil rights case in Pennsylvania.
The parents of Natalie Giorgi, who died of an anaphylactic reaction to a bite of peanut, have filed a wrongful death lawsuit.
Teachers unions in California are opposing the passage of the state’s pending legislation.
An FDA panel has voted against approving Singular for over-the-counter sale, citing a variety of concerns
Hamilton, Ontario has launched North America’s first-ever stock epinephrine program for shopping malls
Celiac disease was ultimately behind a buildup of calcium discovered in a young man’s brain, leading to years of medical problems
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