Pictured is a detailed photo showing an EpiPen, left, and Auvi-Q, both of which are auto-injectors that contain a single dose of epinephrine ? used to treat allergic reactions.
Pictured is a detailed photo showing an EpiPen, left, and Auvi-Q, both of which are auto-injectors that contain a single dose of epinephrine ? used to treat allergic reactions. Sarah Bowman
Pictured is a detailed photo showing an EpiPen, left, and Auvi-Q, both of which are auto-injectors that contain a single dose of epinephrine ? used to treat allergic reactions. Sarah Bowman

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