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Thursday 8 June 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# anaphylaxis

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# EpiPen
Mother of allergy-shock victim to politicians: "Emma's death was so avoidable"
An Oireachtas committee heard this evening calls for the widespread availability of epipens and increased awareness of fatal allergies.
# anaphylaxis
Tragic death inspires push to get lifesaving EpiPens in public places
An online petition has been started by a councillor who was horrified by the death of a teenage girl in Dublin.
# warning
Emergency allergic reaction pens found to be defective
Seven lots of Jext pens are being recalled by the Irish Medicines Board.
# anaphylaxis
Appeal for Irish to take part in global food allergy study
Data is being compiled to shed light on how allergies develop from infancy and to track their occurence in a community.
# Courts
Woman died from allergic reaction to sex with dog
A man appears in court after allegedly ordering his Alsatian dog to have sex with a woman who died as a result.