Make Your Own Epinephrine Injection Kit For Less Than Ten Dollars

Over the last few week, Mylan, the company who owns EpiPen, is under major scrutiny for raising the price of the allergy injector from $57 to more than $500 since acquiring the company in 2008. Many people can’t afford the hefty price tag, but are forced to, as they or their child has a severe allergy and can’t risk the alternative – which can be life or death in some cases.While there is no other product on the market, one doctor has a solution and it costs less than $10.[ad type="aboveimagead1"]
[caption id="attachment_68810" align="alignnone" width="1200"]EpiPen Image: Instagram @what_eva19115[/caption]
Leah Groth

Leah Groth is a writer and long-time entertainment journalist. After years of interviewing everyone from Clint Eastwood to Kim Kardashian, and covering events such as the Academy Awards, the Grammys, and Coachella, she traded in her Christian Louboutins for a diamond ring and diaper duty and moved to the Midwest. Her work has been published in Life & Style, Fit Pregnancy, Babble, Radar, Popdust, LivingHealthy, and XoJane. Leah is currently based in Chicago, where she is living the “white picket fence” dream with her husband and two children.

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