FARE (Food Allergy Research Education), a non-profit organization that works in support of children and adults with food allergies – including those at risk for anaphylaxis – has developed a patient registry to collect de-identified medical data about people diagnosed with food allergies. The FARE food allergy patient registry aims to help patients who have been diagnosed with a food allergy manage their condition and contribute to a national database. Information from the registry will facilitate food allergy research studies to hopefully answer questions about the history of food allergy, how patients can recognize symptoms, and what’s being done to diagnose and treat patients.
Due to a huge response, FARE has extended the deadline for people to enroll in the FARE patient registry. Food allergy is a growing, serious, public health issue. By participating in the registry, your data can be included and help contribute to advancing research and life changing initiatives in education and advocacy.
Find out more at foodallergypatientregistry.org