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Spotlight

We like to shine the spotlight on girls from across the country who are doing amazing things! Read their interviews to learn more.

Susan T.Susan T.

Have you ever wondered what life might be like if certain foods were unsafe for you to eat? For people who have serious food allergies, this is an everyday reality. Meet Susan T. She's a high school student living with a severe peanut allergy. She has had to give herself shots of epinephrine, a medicine that treats life-threatening allergic reactions. Giving yourself a shot isn't easy, so Susan wants to educate others about living and staying safe with serious allergies. Read Susan's interview to learn about her experience living with life-threatening allergies and how she's spreading the word to help others prepare for reactions.

 

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Content last reviewed August 3, 2018
Page last updated August 3, 2018

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