I was going to tell you how you could get an EpiPen in Jaurez. You know, like in Canada:
The cost of the EpiPen in the U.S. has risen from $100 to more than $600, according to medical literature and multiple pharmacies. In Canada, the cost for a single EpiPen is around $100 to $145. . . .
I was going to tell you how you could save your life, and some money, by getting the EpiPen in Mexico.
But I was stymied.
“Epinephrine can only be administered in a hospital [in Mexico],” the Licenciada Patricia Guerrero told me from the information desk at the Hospital de la Familia after calling a doctor.
So maybe you’ll have to make your own.