Opportunity to Participate in Research on Causes re PA

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By on Sat, 02-05-05, 01:46

I received the following e-mail from Anaphylaxis Canada to-day:-

Opportunity to participate in research on causes of peanut allergy

Anaphylaxis Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Allergy, Asthma and
Immunology Foundation, launched a new research award for anaphylaxis in fall
2004.

Drs. Kent HayGlass and Estelle Simons at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg
(the recipients of the award) have an exciting initiative in basic research
which aims to identify the causes of peanut allergy. The goal is to understand
this immune reaction so that food allergies can be prevented and cured.

The research centres on the immunological hormones or cytokines that control
immunity. The goal is to better understand

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By on Sat, 02-05-05, 05:14

Now, to make it to Winnipeg.

Best wishes! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

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By dgood on Tue, 03-22-05, 20:36

I would love to participate in this since it wouldn't be risky. Unfortunately, we're in Pennsylvania and it wouldn't be doable.

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DD (age 4) - allergic to peanuts, some tree nuts, egg whites, dogs, cats, environmental allergies

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