Why aren’t life-saving injectors everywhere in public?

Michelle Ferreri is so worried about her 8-year-old son’s peanut allergies, she makes sure he carries an EpiPen epinephrine injector with him in a fanny pack and a backup in his backpack. There’s another one at his school, another at his daycare, one with this grandparents, and a couple more at home slipped into a hole.

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