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David Reading is a former journalist who co-founded the Anaphylaxis Campaign after his 17-year-old daughter Sarah died of an allergic reaction to peanuts in October 1993.
David spent 34 years as a writer and editor with various publications across the UK, including a prominent food and drink journal. After the Anaphylaxis Campaign was founded in January 1994, he worked voluntarily for the organisation as its chairman, became part-time director in 1996, and became full-time director in the summer of 1999. He was awarded an OBE for his work in 2005.
David retired from full-time work with the Campaign at the end of 2009, but retains the title of Honorary Vice-President and works part-time for the organisation at its office in Farnborough, Hampshire.