1 Getting Diagnosed
2 After Diagnosis
3 Be Aware, But Not Afraid
4 Working With Schools
Thanita Glancey, Loudoun Allergy Network (LAN) Chairperson, accompanied by LAN member, Donica H., had the opportunity to tour the WTOP Glass Enclosed Nerve Center. Thanita was interviewed by WTOP news reporter, Neal Augenstein, about her experiences with managing her daughter's food allergies. Listen to the 4 part series below.
Neal Augenstein and Nathan Hager were gracious hosts and took time from their busy schedules to discuss food allergies. It was wonderful to experience the process of creating news segments. Their professionalism is reflected in their work. The Loudoun Allergy Network would like to thank the entire WTOP crew for their proactive efforts in raising awareness of this hidden disability.
This page is an archive of previously published articles on food allergy related news posts.
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