On June 5, the International FPIES Association and 13 other food allergy advocacy organizations joined for a call with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as we continue to work together with the agency regarding its temporary food labeling guidelines in response to supply chain issues and shortages resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Accurate food … Continue reading Food Allergy Advocacy Groups Respond to FDA’s Food Labeling Announcement
The members of the International FPIES Association’s Medical Advisory Board are reaching out to the FPIES community to provide information and comfort in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are all worried by the scope and spread of the coronavirus infection. We are saddened by the news from China, Italy, and other countries with … Continue reading A Message on COVID-19 from I-FPIES
The International FPIES Association (I-FPIES) is pleased to announce that Mary Jane Marchisotto, a widely recognized figure in the food allergy community, will be providing advisory services to the organization. Her focus will be expanding I-FPIES research initiatives and guiding the growth and position of I-FPIES as a global leader in advancing food protein-induced enterocolitis … Continue reading Esteemed Food Allergy Consultant to Help Shape the Future of I-FPIES
You can now find all posters, webcasts and presentations from EAACI’s Pediatric Allergy & Asthma Meeting on the EAACI Media Library! We’ve linked all the FPIES-related posters and presentations from #PAAM2019, held this past October in Florence. Please note that the EAACI Media Library content is free and open access but does require you to … Continue reading Open Access: EAACI’s Pediatric Allergy & Asthma Meeting
This week, the International FPIES Association (I-FPIES) marked eight years of service to the FPIES community. In that time, I-FPIES has taken pride in being an advocate for patients and families living with food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome. Our efforts in the areas of research, education, support, and advocacy have played a significant role in advancing … Continue reading I-FPIES Marks Our 8-Year Anniversary: You Make It Possible
Big news! A new, first-of-its-kind book has been published on FPIES! Food-Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome: Diagnosis and Management is comprehensive guide to the condition, featuring 17 chapters from leading experts in FPIES care and research. “This book will be an ideal reference for allergists, pediatricians, family practice clinicians, gastroenterologists, nutritionists, and all other health care providers … Continue reading New FPIES Book Published!
This week, the International FPIES Association announced a new study to investigate the intestinal microbiome of the infants with FPIES, led by Principal Investigator and I-FPIES Medical Advisory Chair Anna Nowak-Węgrzyn, MD, PhD. The findings may result in the development of a novel approach to treat FPIES and potentially prevent FPIES in infants at risk. … Continue reading Generosity Makes an Impact! Q&A with the Baker Family
Today is our 5th Annual National FPIES Awareness Day! This day is dedicated to creating and raising awareness about Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES). Show your support today, and follow these easy steps to join the movement: ü Go Teal and Gray: Wear teal and gray, the colors of the FPIES awareness ribbon ü Educate … Continue reading It’s National FPIES Awareness Day!
Our 5th Annual National FPIES Awareness Day is Saturday, May 4th! Here are a few simple ways you can make an impact and raise the level of education and awareness about FPIES: 1. Color It Up! Print our awareness day coloring pages and upload a photo of your child with their colorful creation to help … Continue reading 5 Easy Things You Can Do to Support National FPIES Awareness Day on May 4th!
If you’re the parent of a child who has FPIES (or who has recently outgrown it), IFPIES has an exciting opportunity to participate in FPIES research! Visit this link to take part in this survey on quality of life that will have an immediate impact on our understanding of FPIES and its burden on patients … Continue reading New Research Survey: Quality of Life and FPIES