Allergist Dr. Michael Manning explains how oral immunotherapy (OIT) for food allergy works and shares his experience working with families to ease anxiety.
Painful, red eczema patches used to run up and down Benjamin Sun’s arms and legs. This severe atopic dermatitis led… Read more »
Aimmune Therapeutics, the company behind the AR101 oral immunotherapy (OIT) treatment for peanut allergy, announced on Dec. 20, 2018 that… Read more »
We’re learning more about the two therapies to treat peanut allergies that could soon be available in allergist’s offices in… Read more »
For food allergy mom Stephanie Sorkin, the decision to involve her 10-year-old Mallory, who has multiple food allergies, in oral… Read more »
Researchers from the University of Michigan have developed a vaccine, given as a nasal spray, that stopped or greatly reduced… Read more »
French pharmaceutical maker DBV Technologies says researchers in a Phase 2 trial of the Viaskin Milk patch observed “statistically significant… Read more »
The FDA has approved two exciting new treatments for grass allergy sufferers.
A study finds fewer reactions and increased speed in OIT for milk allergy while using the medication omalizumab.