Message from FAI and Research America – Food allergy action required!
From: Food Allergy Initiative <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Me <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 19, 2011 12:30 PM
Subject: Message from FAI & Research America
|Finding a cure for life-threatening food allergies.
||July 19, 2011
||Fight for the Future of Medical Research!
|Dear Friend,FAI has joined forces with Research!America, the nation’s largest nonprofit advocacy alliance committed to making health research a higher national priority. We’re fighting for strong, continuing support for life-saving research at the NIH.
Please join us today by writing your elected officials. You’ll find two letters on our site. The first allows you to voice your support for food allergy research, and the second, provided by Research America, allows you to voice your opposition to budget cuts at NIH.
A strong government-private partnership is the key to finding a cure for food allergies. We’ve worked too hard and come too far to fail now. As the world’s largest source of private funding for food allergy research, FAI urges you to write your elected officials today. Millons of Americans–including 12 million food allergy sufferers–are counting on us.
Mary Jane Marchisotto
Executive Director, FAI
FAI supports research to find a cure for life-threatening food allergies; clinical activities to improve diagnosis and treatment; public policy to increase federal funding for research and create safer environments for those afflicted; and educational programs to make the hospitality industry, schools, day care centers, and camps safer.
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