U.S. approves drug for ‘exotic’ allergy, but warns of potential side effects

The U.N. General Assembly passed a resolution on Tuesday that urges countries to allow use of the new medication, EpiPen, for allergy sufferers, a step that the drug company said it was hopeful would make the medication easier to administer.

The resolution calls on the U.K. and other countries to ease restrictions on the drug’s use and recommends that countries review the risks of using it for allergies.

The drug has been used in over 30 countries, including the U

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