(By Ed Silverman for STAT)
The controversial EpiPen device is about to get still more competition.
A company that now has the rights to a rival product1 plans to start marketing its allergic-reaction device in the first half of 2017. However, Kaleo Pharma declined to disclose the pricing for its Auvi-Q, which had previously been sold by Sanofi before being withdrawn2 late last year over reports that the device delivered inaccurate doses. Continue reading article here……
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