Individuals with diagnosed food allergies and family members of children with diagnosed food allergies can join the Food Allergy & Research Education (FARE) Patient Registry to help advance life-changing initiatives in education, advocacy, and research. Click here to learn more and join today.
“Food allergies are a life-threatening medical condition for which we have no FDA-approved therapies. The lack of accurate, large scale data for patients with food allergies is a problem that we aim to solve with FARE’s Patient Registry, a valuable new tool that will help us advance research on several fronts to develop and test new treatments and improve patient care. The 15-20 minutes that it takes for each individual to participate has the potential to make a big impact.” James R. Baker, Jr., M.D., CEO and chief medical officer of FARE.
FARE is working on multiple fronts to drive scientific discoveries and progress in food allergy research. In 2015, FARE established the FARE Clinical Network, a collaborative of 27 research and clinical care centers across the United States. The FARE Clinical Network enabled FARE to expand the food allergy community’s access to clinical trials and high-quality food allergy care, including better diagnostic tools. Being a part of the FARE Clinical Network enhances each center’s’ infrastructure and capability to perform crucial late-stage clinical trials.
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