Yesterday was the first day of FARE’s Contains: Courage® Research Retreat, a two-day symposium bringing together the world’s leading researchers and authorities in the field of food allergy.
Keynote speaker Dr Kari Nadeau, Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics and Director of the Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy and Asthma Research at Stanford University, offered a 40-minute presentation entitled: “What we know about possible causes and cures for Food Allergy”. The webinar provides a whirlwind tour of what’s known about food allergy today including the best means of prevention and current therapies as well as state-of-the-art research into understanding the disease with an eye toward future therapies and a cure.
Watch the video in its entirety here. Note: it takes a few seconds for the video to start once you press “play”:
Join us live with Dr. Nadeau as she takes us through the new era of food allergies and shares a bit about how we are well-positioned to reverse this 21st-century epidemic.Posted by Food Allergy Research & Education on Monday, September 21, 2020
Though some of the presentation dives deep into immunological concepts, the video is well worth your time if you have food allergies, care for someone who does, or are pregnant or considering pregnancy in the near future.