LONG BEACH, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Going live on February 14th (Valentine’s Day), The Food Allergy Institute will be broadcasting a free informational webinar hosted by one of the world’s leading authorities on food allergies, creator of the innovative and life-saving Tolerance Induction Program (TIP), and founder of the Food Allergy Institute: Dr. Inderpal Randhawa, MD.
Topics for this hour-long broadcast will include:
- Dating, relationships, and other challenges teenagers face while suffering from severe food allergies;
- Understanding the signs and symptoms of anaphylaxis;
- How multiple food allergies can be treated;
- Comorbidities and negative food tolerance.
- A first-hand success story from a TIP patient who navigated and managed dating and relationships as a teenager with severe food allergies; and
- A live audience Q&A with Dr. Randhawa.
The Food Allergy Institute has graduated thousands of patients from the Tolerance Induction Program, a proven safe and effective solution to help patients who have struggled with severe food allergies to achieve “Food Freedom” — the ability to eat whatever they want, whenever they want, in unlimited quantities and without fear of reaction. With a success rate of over 99%, TIP has proven to be a safe and effective solution for young patients who have struggled with severe food allergies for years.
To RSVP for the webinar, click here.
Founded in 2015 by Inderpal Randhawa, MD, the Food Allergy Institute is a cutting-edge clinical care and research center that is revolutionizing food allergy treatment. Built on over a decade of diagnostic data collected, the Food Allergy Institute’s Tolerance Induction Program (TIP) is a specialized treatment program designed to help children with food allergies achieve “Food Freedom” — the ability to eat whatever they want, whenever they want, in unlimited quantities and without fear of reaction. Food Allergy Institute currently has locations in Long Beach and San Diego, with more to come later this year. Learn more at socalfoodallergy.org