Six Food Allergy Happenings You May Have Missed Over the Holidays



New Year's Eve
So, the decorating and present buying and singing of Auld Lang Syne is done. While you've been enjoying the holiday season with family and friends, here are a few items related to food allergies that you may have missed:
Epi Injectors
  • The date has been set for the 2nd Annual 2014 Food Allergy Bloggers Conference. Start saving your frequent flier miles for a trip to Las Vegas Sept. 26-28.
  • Mylan is extending their $0 copay for EpiPens through 2014. Go to Epipen.com for details.
  • Sanofi is also extending their $0 copay program for Auvi-Q  through 2014. Go to their website for details.
  • The Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Team has formed to educate, advocate, and raise awareness for all individuals and families affected by food allergies and life-threatening anaphylaxis. 
  • KFA is offering a free webinar on 504 Plans and Individualized Halthcare plans. Sign up for the January 14 event and learn how laws protect food allergic students.
  • FARE has partnered with Research Match to help connect patients with food allergy studies.
 Did I miss anything? My mind may still be a bit fuzzy after too
Chocolate Chip Cookies
much "sparkling cider" and too many holiday cookies....


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