Top Studies from the AAAAI 2016 Allergists’ Meeting

in Food Allergy
Published: March 15, 2016

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At the March 2016 annual meeting of the American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology, held in Los Angeles, thousands of allergists from around the world came together to share and debate allergy studies. Allergic Living was there. Below, we offer you an insider glimpse of some of the biggest findings, and what’s ahead in terms of prevention and treatments.

LEAP-On Study and EAT

The LEAP-On study, the follow-up to 2015’s groundbreaking LEAP allergy prevention research, was still the biggest news. Here we bring you our detailed news article on the study. As well, don’t miss Allergic Living editor Gwen Smith’s analysis of the huge change in culture and attitudes toward early peanut introduction that LEAP-On will require. She predicts this will affect physicians and parents alike. Plus, our article on the related EAT study, which saw researchers starting to experiment with early introduction of several major allergens, and moving beyond early peanut feeding.

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