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After Traveler Health Scares, Why Don't Airlines Carry EpiPens?

Patch logo Patch 10/9/2019 CBS Local
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NEW YORK — Every airline has a checklist before take-off, but advocates for people with food allergies say there’s a life-saving medication missing from too many flight emergency kits.

Now, CBS2’s Jessica Layton reports on the fight to get epinephrine auto injectors – better known as EpiPens – on planes after a doctor saved a stranger mid-flight.

Read more on CBS New York.


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