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PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2012 4:53 pm 
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Survey conducted by Pfizer and the FA-aware WestJet:

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Sixty per cent said they are very to somewhat concerned about allergy precaution planning for future travel.1

According to the survey, respondents at risk said they are "somewhat to very concerned" about taking the following precautions for future travel:

* A total of 53 per cent were concerned about having an epinephrine auto-injector that is up to date (not expired) and packed for travelling.2 Nearly three quarters (74 per cent) were concerned about ensuring allergy medication is up to date (not expired) and packed.3
* Among those flying, four in 10 people (43 per cent) said they are concerned about checking the airline's allergy policy prior to departure; four in 10 respondents also are concerned about arranging to have appropriate food on board (42 per cent) or with them on a trip (40 per cent).


http://www.newswire.ca/en/story/974593/ ... -reactions

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