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Participating in the FARE Clinical Network

Since its founding in 2015, incredible progress has been made through the FARE Clinical Network (FCN), advancing knowledge and treatment, while improving the quality of life for 32 million people impacted by food allergies. 

As the world’s leading food allergy advocacy organization and the largest private funder of food allergy research, Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) is evolving to a next-generation patient care and research model that will deliver a constant flow of cutting edge research and solutions for patients and their families. 

The evolution of the FCN is the foundation from which all food allergy research will be conducted. The novel and innovative structure will empower a new, more sophisticated network to collaborate and advance the research and care sector’s work at a rapid pace. 

FCN will establish a baseline understanding of the disease, elevate the quality-of and access-to care, strengthen the professional pathway for clinicians and scientist to enter food allergy care and research, expand the number of therapies by reducing barriers to development, and accelerate the time from lab discovery to human testing and daily care delivery. 

The new network was designed based on extensive research and conversations with leading food allergy stakeholders. The network will have three (3) types of centers:

  • Discovery Centers: A truly collaborative research network conducting the most cutting-edge clinical and translational research. Independently operated but expanding opportunities to work collaboratively with NIH sponsored networks. Will discover novel treatments, diagnostics, preventions and cures using the most advanced science and technology available. 
  • Clinical Research Centers: The world’s leading food allergy clinical trial network. Fast, high-quality, food allergy trials conforming to FARE-approved SOPs. They conduct a high volume of food allergy trials focused on therapeutics, diagnostics, clinical interventions, and coordinated with industry, NIH, FDA. 
  • Clinical Care Centers: Responsible for the delivery of tertiary care and serve as leaders in community education and training.

If you are interested in more information about the FCN please click here to contact FARE

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