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Epinephrine in Our Schools
The Allergist Mom contributes to this important article.
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Sarah M. Boudreau-Romano (the Allergist Mom) is a pediatrician who completed her fellowship in Allergy/Immunology. She is a mother of four children, three of whom have multiple life-threatening food allergies. The stories shared in this blog are meant to serve as a source of encouragement, and at times commiseration, as you seek creative solutions to the challenges facing the food allergic life.
The information in this blog is not intended as medical advice.
Category Archives: Observations
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