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Allergy & Asthma Network unites and advocates on behalf of 60 million Americans with asthma, allergies and related conditions.
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Advancing Nationwide Efforts to Engage, Educate & Empower
At Allergy & Asthma Network, we are here to serve and support you. We work with national and local partners to train healthcare professionals and host events and screenings that reach people directly in their communities. We raise awareness and educate millions each year with easy-to-understand, medically reviewed resources in English and Spanish. We advocate at the federal and state levels to improve access to care and affordable medications. We work to ensure the patient voice is included in research and drug development.
Your health and well-being are at the heart of our work. Our goal is to improve quality of life and achieve equitable and optimal health outcomes for adults and children living with these chronic conditions, especially those in underserved communities.
Allergy & Asthma In the News
The Food Allergy Safety, Treatment, Education, and Research Act (H.R. 1202) Introduced in 117th Congress
The U.S. House of Representatives introduced the FASTER Act in Congress to improve the health and safety of people living with food allergies.
Join us on March 11 at 5:00 p.m. ET for a free virtual event to better understand and address the impact of asthma and COVID-19 in the Black community.
Find out the latest guidance related to allergic reactions and anaphylaxis due to the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. Updated February 23, 2021.
Resources and Education for Patients and Caregivers
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Recent & Upcoming Webinars
Join us on March 9th as we share the current state of COVID-19, look at current topics in care and explore the resources that the Network has to help.
Join us on March 4th to talk about the lessons we learned in 2020; and the potential priorities for leaders in 2021. Will COVID-19 remain endemic to society?
Join us on March 17th to discuss why everyone should get the COVID-19 vaccine and the importance of involving communities of color in clinical trials.