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Early-Intervention Leads to a High Rate of Peanut Oral Immunotherapy (OIT) Success

Kids With Food Allergies ·
Low doses of peanut early in life may lead to long-term allergy control   (Press Release)   Houston, TX – An early-intervention oral immunotherapy (EI-OIT) trial for peanut allergy shows promising results and could represent a new,...
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Late-Breaking Peanut Patch Phase IIb Trial Results Unveiled at AAAAI Annual Meeting

Kids With Food Allergies ·
Epicutaneous Immunotherapy (EPIT) introduces new way to treat peanut allergies   (Press Release)   Houston, TX – A team of researchers unveiled the results of their highly anticipated multi-national, double-blind, placebo controlled...
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September 8 Philadelphia Food Allergy Expo and Mall Walk

Lynda ·
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Lynda ·
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Re: Late-Breaking Peanut Patch Phase IIb Trial Results Unveiled at AAAAI Annual Meeting

jmw ·
How long until this becomes an available option??
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Re: Late-Breaking Peanut Patch Phase IIb Trial Results Unveiled at AAAAI Annual Meeting

Kathy P ·
I don't think they know how long yet. It's still in clinical trials.
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Re: Late-Breaking Peanut Patch Phase IIb Trial Results Unveiled at AAAAI Annual Meeting

SarahRoseAZ ·
I will be watching this like a hawk...My son has had the peanut allergy all his life along with non verbal autism...getting rid of this allergy is hugely important to me due to him someday living in a group home type setting and not having to worry about the staff feeding him the wrong thing and killing him....the autism I can handle...its not going to kill him, but the peanuts will.
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Re: Late-Breaking Peanut Patch Phase IIb Trial Results Unveiled at AAAAI Annual Meeting

Kathy P ·
I can see where a food allergy would be a huge challenge in that type of environment!
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