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A doctor’s take on the EpiPen and life with food allergies

Posted at 4:14 PM, Oct 07, 2016

NORFOLK, Va. - Food allergies have been in the news after drug make Mylan made headlines with a campaign about life threatening allergies while raising the price for its EpiPen drug by more than 500 percent.

But the real challenge for the 15 million Americans coping with potentially deadly allergies is finding a way to live without having to use the life-saving drug.

To help us understand the facts about the drug and living with food allergies, Coast Live welcomed Dr. Angela Hogan from Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters.