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We see “ALL: PCN” all the time. But how often is it true? And why does it matter? Neda sits down with Dr. Torie Grant, a Med/Peds Allergist and Immunologist at Johns Hopkins, to learn all about the risks attached to a penicillin allergy label and some easy approaches to debunking this allergy in the primary care setting.