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Presidential, Secretarial, and Gubernatorial Advisor, U.S. Ambassador, UN Delegate, Corporate Executive, Facilitator of Public Private Partnerships
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YumEarth Feb 14
Replying to @FoodAllergy
Proud to support FARE!
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FARE Feb 11
Thank you for joining our CEO and 's Debra Miller for a productive conversation on and in America.
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Latitude Food Allergy Care Feb 5
Join us in honoring Dr. Kari Nadeau at this event hosted by on February 27! This honor is so deserving. We can't wait to come together as a community to recognize Dr. Nadeau's incredible contributions to the lives of so many food allergy families!
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FARE Feb 7
Thank you , and for supporting the 32 Million Americans living with .
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FARE Feb 7
Shout out to & for calling on the to require auto-injectors on all commercial airlines! This is a meaningful step forward in ensuring the safety of more than 32 million Americans living with .
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lisagable Jan 31
Aimmune’s newly approved peanut allergy drug aims to reduce the risk of reactions after an accidental exposure via
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Kevin Kunzmann Jan 31
FDA approves the first peanut allergy treatment: Palforzia (AR101) from
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FARE Jan 29
No parent should be burdened with the fear that their child might not come home but for parents, their reality is just that – every single day. By passing the FASTER Act (H.R. 2117), we will be able to help ensure the safety of those living with food allergies.
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FARE Jan 29
“[This] trend is frightening. Imagine how many people in the next generation could be at risk. Scary! We need to do more.” – Talia Day, Mom and FARE Advocate
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FARE Jan 29
Today FARE advocate and parent, Talia Day, spoke to the about the life-changing impact passing the FASTER Act (H.R. 2117) would have on over 32 million Americans and their families.
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FARE Jan 29
A few moments ago, FARE Advocate and parent, Talia Day, spoke on the FASTER Act (H.R. 2117). : “Thank you for your powerful testimony.”
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lisagable Jan 29
Talia thank you for sharing your family’s story.
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FARE Jan 29
When you consider this, combined with the rapid increase in overall , it is clear that we must take action now. The FASTER Act (H.R. 2117) will update allergen labeling laws to include and require new labeling standards as scientific evidence emerges.
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SnackSafely.com Jan 29
FARE has a new, improved website designed to allow visitors to conduct searches based on their relationship to food allergy, specific allergens, and topics of interest. Details in this letter from , CEO.
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lisagable Jan 29
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FARE Jan 25
Thank you, , for co-sponsoring H.R. 2117, the Food Allergy Safety, Treatment, Education and Research (FASTER) Act! Your support could help change the lives of 32 million Americans with .
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FARE Jan 26
In an attempt to be funny, last night's cold open made light of food allergies. But, are no laughing matter. In reality, they impact 32 million Americans, 5.6 million of whom are children, & every 3 mins. a food allergy reaction sends someone to the ER.
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Richmond Allergy Jan 23
Tennessee Titans player made history recently for becoming the heaviest player to make a TD in the postseason. Did you know his daughter has ? That's why he chose for the My Cleats My Cause auction.
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FARE Jan 23
don’t all look the same. We want to know your story to help researchers develop better methods of diagnosis, improve treatments & promote awareness! Become part of something bigger than yourself - help advance the future of food allergy care
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lisagable Jan 25
Great to see our food allergy moms driving the conversation.
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