Many people who live with severe food and other allergies can take part in a class action lawsuit against the makers of EpiPen, the potentially life-saving auto-injector.
Let’s say you have a child who has a severe peanut allergy. While they grab onto the monkey bars at a playground, peanut oil residue gets on their palms and they wipe their face. They go into anaphylactic shock and there is no EpiPen near you. What do you do? What could have you done to weaken their severe allergic reaction?