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Is anyone aware of any open or soon-to-be-conducted oral immunotherapy studies for children in or around Massachusetts? Thanks.
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I am new to this community but looking for an answer/insight to a question... my son has a peanut allergy that was diagnosed at 14 mos and he was vaccinated on schedule (didn't know the dangers of...
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If one child in a family has a peanut allergy, what are the chances that another child will develop the allergy? And what are the chances that the first child will grow out of the allergy?
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Hi ladys and gents I have a really big question and a very important question OK so her goes I have a severe anaphylaxis allergy to cows milk protein I am 19 now an I still have it just as severe as...
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Is there any research out there showing a link between peanut allergy and allergy to other legumes? Or: does anyone know what percentage of people allergic to peanuts are also allergic to other...
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Hello. My son has a severe allergy to peanuts and tree nuts. I am very interested in getting a service dog for him. Having a service dog would not make me any less careful or diligent, though it...
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Hello everyone! I am in my senior year in college and my thesis is to create a nut-free baked goods company. My sister is allergic to peanuts and tree nuts that's how I came up with the idea. I need...
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The most recent issue of 'Cesar's Way' (October 2013) by Cesar Milan, the Dog Whisperer, had a very short article on a new service dog for a PA/TNA girl in the UK. This service dog has been taught to...
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http://nefoodallergy.org/ Has anybody heard of this? I'm going to enroll my PA son in the program. I will keep status updates. I spoke with a woman there today and she said they need more people to...
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I have a 14 year old with a severe peanut allergy who also happens to be autistic and non verbal as well ( yes, it sucks) my question is...he had his first reaction at 8 months old ( my fault, I was...
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Does anybody know of any cookbooks that have recipes for food allergies of all kinds? I'm helping my friend make dinner for her family and they have a whole variety of different food allergies. Any...
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Ok, I need some feedback bc I'm now thoroughly confused! :\ My son had a RAST (not a CapRAST) done at about 4 months old (bc he had head to toe eczema) which came back a 2 for peanut (.36) & a 3...
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Hi All, Had an appt with Dr. Sampson a couple of weeks ago. Unfortunately he had to cancel at the last minute for an emergency-BUT-since we were coming from Florida we kept the appt. anyway. FAHF-2...
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Thought some might be interested in reading about this. A neighbor of mine goes here for severe environmental allergies. And actually another person in my town has a daughter with multiple food...
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Hi, I am a student in my final year at high school and have allergies myself. I am doing my personal project this year, and I am doing it on the topic: the influence a food allergy has on the...
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Hello: My name is Kathy Flament. I’m recruiting adults 45 - 50 for a study about food allergies. The study takes place online using a bulletin board where participants respond to a moderator’s...
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"...maximal binding for PNA was observed at 0.25 Gy and for SBA at 0.50 Gy at the junctions between neuroepithelial cells." http://www.springerlink.com/content/v152q6v38r284311/fulltext.pdf?page=1...
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I had not even thought of this until yesterday! When our 7 year old daughter was born, we had her umbilical cord blood stored at a Cord Blood Bank. For those of you who may not be familiar with...
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I was contacted by a student at Boston University who is involved in research and development of a peanut-allergen detecting device that would be portable (on a keychain). They are conducting a short...
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Dr. Wayne Shreffler the Director of MGH's Food Allergy Center in Boston is planning a peanut oral immunotherapy study. He is wonderful, both my kids who have multiple allergies see him. Prior to his...

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