People who have anaphylactic reactions to insect stings and other
allergens can't afford to be afraid of needles.
One quick jab with an EpiPen—the common brand name for
self-injected epinephrine—can stop the reaction.
In a severe case of anaphylaxis, that poke can save a person's
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