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Seattle Food Allergy Consortium Fall Symposium

November 5th, 2016 Learn more about food allergy research, treatments, and resources in the Seattle area. The programming is geared for food allergy patients, parents and caregivers. What to expect:  Dr. Erik Wambre from Benaroya Research Institute will be sharing exciting updates on food allergy research. SeaFAC’s Executive Committee doctors will also give updates on […]

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Interpreting LEAP Study Results: SeaFAC Guidelines for Early Introduction of Peanut in High Risk Infants

Infants at high risk for peanut allergy (persistent, significant eczema affecting more than 75% of skin and/or food allergy to egg) had significant decrease in development of peanut allergy with early (under age 11 months) introduction of peanut into their diet. Read the SeaFAC Guidelines for Early Introduction of Peanut in High Risk Infants below: […]

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2015 FARE National Conference Comes to Long Beach, CA

2015 FARE Conference Flier_Part1 Don’t miss this opportunity to attend a national food allergy conference in our neck of the woods ! The 2015 FARE National Food Allergy Conference will be held in Long Beach, CA at the Hyatt Regency Long Beach, walking distance to many sunny, beach-y attractions. The conference offerings will mirror FARE’s […]

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Benaroya Research Institute Awarded FARE Grant

Food Allergy Research & Education Announces Recipients of 2015 FARE Investigator in Food Allergy Awards 3/23/2015 Grants Will Help Expand Scientific Understanding of Food Allergy by Supporting Early and Mid-Career Investigators McLEAN, Va. (March 23, 2015) – Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE), the world’s largest private source of funding for food allergy research, announced […]

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New updates to LEAP Study suggest new infant feeding guidelines

The results of the Immune Tolerance Network’s (ITN) “Learning Early About Peanut” (LEAP), discussed on February 23, 2015 at the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Annual Meeting and published in the New England Journal of Medicine, demonstrate that consumption of a peanut-containing snack by infants who are at high-risk for developing peanut allergy prevents the subsequent […]

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