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Just a few years ago, Ari and Aviv had to wait in the airport terminal while their mom, Sharon, stepped on the plane with the flight crew, alcohol wipes in hand. She was on a mission: to wipe down every surface that might contain traces of nuts and protect her boys from a potential life-threatening allergic reaction at 30,000 feet.

Thanks to donors like you who support life-changing work at our Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy and Asthma Research, Ari and Aviv were able to participate in Phase 1 oral immunotherapy trials. Today the brothers are free from their allergies. And free to go to the library, get on planes without worry, and this summer, free to take their first big trip without their parents to visit family abroad.