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Oral food challenges can be overwhelming, nerve-wracking and scary. Parents and others can help by being aware and having empathy.

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Arjin Claire
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On Siblings

“Having a companion who understands you, protects you and advocates for you is necessary when facing life's obstacles as a food-allergic child.”

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Lexi Rosenbloom
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“When your food allergy anxiety interferes with the person you want to be and the way you want to live your life, it becomes a problem.”

Paige Freeman, PhD
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Findings from FARE-funded research on a peanut-based immunotherapy are among the meeting highlights.

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Meet Dr. Milton L. Brown, a member of FARE’s Board of Directors, and learn a little more about him!

Dr. Milton Brown, Professor of Practice and Director for the Center for Drug Discovery for Rare and Underserved Diseases at George Mason University and newly appointed Member of the Board for FARE)

FARE’s partners at Northwestern University report on the early progress in creating a global platform for data sharing among food allergy clinicians, researchers and patients.

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“It is our first-hand experience managing food allergies that make us perfect advocates.”

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Jake DeGuzman
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My immune response to the second COVID-19 shot – arm pain, a fever and flu-like symptoms – has brought me greater peace of mind.

Melissa Engel
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"During a pandemic, it is crucial to collect data that gauges the response of meal programs across the country as school districts implement to-go meals and pandemic safety protocols."

Teen Advisory Group members Anisah Daniel and Celeste Virador
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In a new children’s book, a food allergy support group leader shares how younger children, parents and caregivers can identify signs of food allergy anxiety and learn how to manage these challenging feelings.

Nicole Ondatje
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