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Bloomington – Normal Office: 309.452.0995
Springfield Office: 217.717.4404

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MASA Food Allergy Center

ABOUT MASA & MFACT

Midwest Allergy Sinus Asthma believes in fair, compassionate, personalized, and respectful health care for people of all ages, gender expressions, and walks of life. To them, nothing matters more than the health of the community.

The practice offers services such as environmental and food allergy testing, allergy action plans, allergy shots, asthma care, sinusitis treatment, immunology, treatment for hives and contact dermatitis, and more.  We also have innovative and safe Oral Immunotherapy (OIT) and Sublingual Immunotherapy (SLIT) programs for children and adult.

Treatfoodallergy.com is MASA‘s page for information about all things regarding food allergy. Here you will find resources, articles, videos, and more for all your food allergy needs.

The MFACT (Midwest Allergy Sinus Asthma’s Food Allergy Center for Treatment) is founded by Dr. Dareen Siri, the CEO  of Midwest Allergy Sinus Asthma in 2013 and has been serving the community through expert and evidence-based care, education, and patient advocacy.

Our list of Paid Clinical Trials research opportunities for 2024 is published for children and adults. Opportunities include sticker patch treatments for peanut allergy. Visit our Clinical Trial page to learn more. 

EXPLORE COMMON ALLERGIES

Milk

Peanuts

Treenuts

Shellfish

Eggs

Soy

Sesame

Intolerance

SPOTLIGHT

Traveling with Food Allergies: Preparing for Europe

Preparing for a Vacation in Europe with Food Allergies Introduction Traveling with food allergies can be challenging, but with careful planning, you can enjoy a safe and memorable vacation in Europe. Fortunately, most countries in Europe have coordinated regulations...

Top 5 Things Food Allergic People Should Do

1. Be alert with what you are eating.  Make it a habit to always read labels on all foods and other items. Clearly communicate both what you are allergic to and how severe your allergies are to servers and hosts when you are eating away from home. 2. If food proteins...

MFACT Calendar

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PROVIDERS

Dareen Siri, MD FAAAAI FACAAI

Robert Kaufmann, MD

Dana Dalbak, PA-C

Eric Wolf, DMSc, PA-C

Kat Lally, APN, FNP-BC

Kristen Thompson, NP-C

Amanda Hildebrand FNP-C

CONTACT

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