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Take a Number: Caregivers Are Too Slow to Reach for EpiPens, Study Finds

12:03 EDT 31 Jul 2017 | The New York Times News

Just 36 percent of children having strong allergic reactions receive epinephrine before arriving at the emergency room, suggesting more education is needed.

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