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FARE Patient Registry®

Share Your Experiences to Fuel Food Allergy Solutions

Join over 14,000 individuals and families managing food allergies who are sharing their food allergy stories and making a critical difference, helping to speed the search for new treatments and informing life-changing improvements in patient care.


FARE Patient Registry® members


food allergens tracked - from acai to zucchini

<1 to 80+

from babies to octagenarians, all with diagnosed food allergies are welcome

Your Food Allergy Story Drives Research Forward

Your Food Allergy Story Drives Research Forward

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Your Experience Holds Important Clues for Food Allergy Research

Find out how your participation in the FARE Patient Registry helps advance food allergy research.

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Participation is Easy, Quick and Confidential

Create a secure profile and take your first survey in under 15 minutes.


The Registry Encourages Research Collaboration

The FARE Patient Registry connects top food allergy researchers at the 50 FARE Clinical Network sites and beyond.

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Latest Research: Understanding Food Allergy Reactions

A groundbreaking study in JACI: In Practice uses Registry data to illuminate the circumstances that lead to food allergy reactions. Fifty percent of Registry respondents report at least one reaction per year, while more than a third report multiple reactions. Surprisingly, nearly ten percent of reported reactions result from intentional exposure to known allergens. Findings suggest strict allergen avoidance guidelines are not always followed and point to the need for more education and support for the food allergy community. 

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Prevention and Management of Food Allergy Reactions in Restaurants

A recent research paper based on data from the FARE Patient Registry reveals that food allergy reactions in restaurants are common and that restaurant training and patient education are needed to reduce the odds of a reaction while dining out and improve preparedness to treat reactions. Published in the Journal of Clinical Immunology: In Practice the study examined survey responses from 1,248 adults with food allergy (mostly women) and from the parents of 1,579 food-allergic children in the U.S.

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