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Posted by: spacecanada
« on: January 22, 2021, 05:05:30 PM »

Kyle Dine has completely updated and rebranded the allergy translation cards to an extremely high standard.  You can order some basic cards, including the universal emergency cards from www.equaleats.com 

I had a part helping with the updates and I can verify that these are the highest quality out there.  Soooooo much research went into making these, and making sure they were as highly accurate and clear as possible in every language. 

I'll be ordering the emergency cards for now to keep with my EpiPens and Allerjects, and then the customised ones (for multiple allergies) when they become available.