Live by the EpiPen, die by the EpiPen
Zach Shallbetter

FYI Adrenaclick. It is not considered a generic equivalent by your pharmacist; you need to ask your Dr to specifically prescribe Adrenaclick.

Also, it works slightly differently — have the pharmacist show you.

And, the expiration date for Epipen used to be 2 years — is it only one now? Why?

Finally, why can’t someone come up with a refillable injector (for one that has not been used, but where the loaded epinephrine expired)?

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