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How to Ensure No Schoolchild Dies from Allergy Attack

Holiday treats, birthday parties, lunchtime and snack time can pose risks for students across the nation. Dr. Ruchi Gupta wrote an opinion piece for CNN on why Congress should pass the School Access to Emergency Epinephrine Act:


How to ensure no schoolchild dies of an allergy attack

Ruchi Gupta: "Children should not die in schools. Children should not die from eating common foods. A minuscule speck of a peanut, not even visible, should not take a young child's life in minutes."

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Kids With Food Allergies
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