USA: Connecticut Joins National Effort to Aid Food Allergy Sufferers
Connecticut has joined 10 other states in a national effort aimed at making epinephrine, a life-saving medication for individuals suffering from severe allergic reactions, available from all levels of emergency medical technicians (EMT). Governor John G. Rowland of Conn. recently signed a law that calls for all EMTs to be trained in recognizing and treating anaphylaxis (ana-fill-ax-iss) -- a potentially fatal allergic reaction.
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