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“Remember to take responsibility and act with caution, care and confidence, which will ultimately help you feel more independent as you get older.”

Teen Advisory Group member Sara Hantgan
Sara Hantgan

A Q&A With Bruce Roberts, PhD, FARE’s Chief Research, Science and Innovation Officer

06-17-20 FCN map

COVID-19 has moved advocacy efforts online, but there are many ways we can make a difference today and set the stage for future success.

Teen Advisory Group member Annika Santhanam
Annika Santhanam landscape

Being a food allergy parent can’t be left to mom. Dad must take an equal share.

Paul Antico, AllergyEats.com
Fathers Day Dad Kids Bed

From an outdoor ramble to an at-home movie festival, from dining out to baking in, Father’s Day traditions are made special by the dads we share them with.

Teen Advisory Group member Kaia Patel
Kaia Patel and dad

This year’s graduating class has already been put to the test, but facing challenges is where the food allergy community shines brightest.


As food allergy patients consider whether to pursue an increasingly available treatment, a November 2019 summit spearheaded by FARE yields a consensus report to help physicians communicate with patients and support informed decisions.

doctor and patient with noses close together

The congresswoman who introduced the FASTER Act urges continued support for federal legislation to label sesame and fund food allergy research.

Congressional record

A recap of the week's exciting online events, plus ongoing opportunities to share and a preview of dynamic programming to come.


Heather Gass, a food allergy patient and parent, shares her path to becoming an advocate and her push for sesame labeling.

Heather Gass, @food_allergy_advocate
Heather Gass landscape

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