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Food Allergy Research & Education Launches Patient Registry

Data Provided by Food Allergy Patients to Aid Research, Treatment Efforts Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) today announced the launch of the FARE Patient Registry, a vital tool that will harness the power of patient data to accelerate research toward revealing the causes of food allergy, uncovering why food allergy rates have increased in… Continue reading Food Allergy Research & Education Launches Patient Registry

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Food Allergy Research & Education Urges Public to Understand Severity of Food Allergy With New Awareness Campaign

Creative Awareness Campaign Focus: Even a Trace Can Be Deadly Every day, 15 million Americans with food allergies face difficult challenges in avoiding their food allergens and preventing life-threatening reactions, called anaphylaxis. In fact, every 3 minutes someone goes to the emergency room because of a food allergy reaction. What many people don’t understand is… Continue reading Food Allergy Research & Education Urges Public to Understand Severity of Food Allergy With New Awareness Campaign

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Annual Awareness Campaign from Food Allergy Research & Education Emphasizes Severity of Food Allergies: As Serious as a Heart Attack

FARE Encourages Understanding of Food Allergy during 20th Annual Food Allergy Awareness Week  Food allergies are far too often minimized and misunderstood – that’s why Food Allergy Research & Education is marking the 20th Annual Food Allergy Awareness Week (May 14-20) by releasing a number of new materials designed to educate the public about just… Continue reading Annual Awareness Campaign from Food Allergy Research & Education Emphasizes Severity of Food Allergies: As Serious as a Heart Attack

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Survey of Restaurant Workers Reveal Gaps in Food Allergy Practices

A team of federal, state and local environmental health specialists has found that fewer than half of restaurant managers – about 45 percent – have received food allergy training from their current employer. Food allergy training is less prevalent for other employees, with only 41 percent of food-workers and 33 percent of servers reporting that… Continue reading Survey of Restaurant Workers Reveal Gaps in Food Allergy Practices

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2017 FARE Vision Awards

The FARE Vision Awards recognize individuals and entities who work to make the vision of a safer world for people with food allergies a reality, and who support FARE in its mission to improve the quality of life and the health of individuals with food allergies, and to provide them hope through the promise of… Continue reading 2017 FARE Vision Awards

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More Than 100 Scientists, Patient Advocates and Stakeholders Convene at Food Allergy Research & Education’s Fifth Annual Research Retreat

Top researchers gather to discuss next generation solutions and patient-centered approaches to advancing research The country’s leading food allergy researchers gathered this weekend for the Fifth Annual Research Retreat sponsored by Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE). With 120 scientists, doctors, pharmaceutical industry leaders and government officials in attendance together with patient advocates, this is… Continue reading More Than 100 Scientists, Patient Advocates and Stakeholders Convene at Food Allergy Research & Education’s Fifth Annual Research Retreat

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2017 Patient Assistance Resources for Epinephrine Auto-Injectors

If you have been prescribed epinephrine, FARE recommends that you carry two epinephrine auto-injectors with you at all times to make sure you have quick access to this life-saving medication. When AUVI-Q® returns to the market on Feb. 14, 2017, there will be four epinephrine auto-injectors available, each with its own pricing structure and programs… Continue reading 2017 Patient Assistance Resources for Epinephrine Auto-Injectors