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Happy Halloween 2020!

Allergy awareness every year - plus coronavirus awareness this year - can keep your Halloween celebrations safe and fun.

Teen Advisory Group member Sarah Fleming
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Meet Josh and Tara Geise, members of FARE's Board of National Ambassadors, and learn a little more about them!

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October 14 is Global FPIES Day, recognizing all those affected by Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome.

Joy Meyer, DTR (Dietetic Technician, Registered), Co-Director, The FPIES Foundation
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When it comes to food allergy bullying, community education and understanding are essential.

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A two-day virtual conference, open to the public for the first time, explores new frontiers in food allergy diagnosis, monitoring, treatment and prevention.


Meet Priscilla Hernandez, a member of FARE's Board of National Ambassadors, and learn a little more about her!

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Findings from a FARE Investigator may aid the search for food allergy treatments and improved diagnostic tests.

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One teen’s recipe for navigating COVID-19 with food allergies: “A bit of work, a pinch of creativity, and a lot of communication.”

Teen Advisory Group member Blythe Bath
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FARE grants help support group leaders raise awareness and keep food allergy families connected during COVID-19.

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Visually explore the impact food allergy has had on the 11,000+ members of the FARE Patient Registry.


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