Updated June 15, 2018. Branded and generic epinephrine auto-injectors distributed in the U.S. by Mylan NV are officially in shortage because… Read more »
Pharmacists See National U.S. Epinephrine Shortage, Non-Profit Calls for Government Action
For the latest update on the EpiPen shortage, see Allergic Living’s article here. A major U.S. organization of pharmacists is… Read more »
EpiPen Supply Issues Reported in Some U.S. Regions
For the latest update on the EpiPen shortage in the U.S., see Allergic Living’s article here. One U.S. grocery-pharmacy chain… Read more »
FDA Accuses EpiPen’s Maker of Ignoring “Hundreds of Complaints”
Agency warns Pfizer division to correct “significant violations” of good manufacturing practice in relation to devices that failed to activate.
FDA Approves Adamis’ Pre-Filled Epinephrine Syringe
A new competitor has the green light to enter the epinephrine marketplace. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has… Read more »
Is Expired Epinephrine OK to Use? Study Finds Longer Shelf Life Than Date Indicates
The epinephrine in auto-injectors appears to have a longer shelf life than the expiration date indicates, a California study finds.… Read more »
One Man’s Stand for Gluten-Free Drugs
Michael Weber was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2004, and immediately adopted the gluten-free diet to protect his health. But… Read more »
New FDA Shipping Rule to Help Cut Food Allergen Recalls
FDA gets new powers to curtail cross-contact during transportation.
OIT Therapy Gets Ready for Prime Time
Peanut oral immunotherapy in a capsule is moving closer to regulatory approval in the United States. The therapy brings hope – not for a cure – but of lives made less vulnerable.
Suit in Allergy Death: Should Store Bakeries Have to Label?
Should grocery store bakeries fall under the same food allergen labeling exception that applies to traditional bakeries?