Atlanta Journal Constitution - Her child’s pain leads doctor to medical innovation

Atlanta Journal Constitution- "Medical Innovation" front of Sunday paper business section.

"When Amy Baxter came up with Buzzy, a reusable product relying on cold and vibrations to make needle shots less painful and frightening, the pediatric emergency doctor couldn’t find anyone willing to turn it into a business. So Baxter, a mother of three, did it herself from the basement of her Atlanta home. So far, she and her six MMJ Labs employees have sold more than 36,000 of the little contraptions. Last year they wracked up $800,000 in revenue. Now, she’s about to get national exposure with the Feb. 28 airing of ABC’s Shark Tank, in which entrepreneurs try to win backing from wealthy investors."

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