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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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When we started out with peanut allergy ten years ago, my son roy was one of the first 10 children born in Israel to suffer from this condition. Apaert from to leading professors in this field,...
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I am doing a study on how peanut allergies are affecting the restaurant industry. Please help by doing a quick 10 question survey so that we may be able to close the gap between consumers with peanut...
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http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/the-peanut-allergy-epidemic/id371253961 Or search iTunes "peanut allergy" or visit http://www.peanutallergyepidemic.com Based on the new book The History of the Peanut...
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As published in Pediatrics, July 2007. [url="http://www.webmd.com/asthma/news/20040706/early-vitamin-use-linked-to-allergy-asthma"]http://www.webmd.com/asthma/news/20040706/early-vitamin-use-linked-...
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http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/2009-03-15-peanut-allergies_N.htm This is an article discussing Dr. Burks' work on desensitization. I love hearing about the process Dr. Burks and others in the...
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Ok, this will be long, so forgive me up front. I've debated strongly on whether or not to post here. You see, I don't post a lot for fear of getting slammed. I have very few people I can talk to...
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I recall reading that Dr. Sampson indicated that it is very rare for someone to have an ana. reaction from inhaling peanut proteins. But now I can't find that article. Has anyone read similar? or...
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I'm sure many of you may have seen this, but I heard it on BBC this morning and it sounds interesting: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/7899383.stm
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Our son turned 4 this past September and I am happy to say that he has been free of an anaphylaxic reaction for 2 years now. With much prayer and diligence on our part and those that love him, we are...
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The following is a link to a new study of a test being developed in Canada. [url="http://www.thestar.com/article/419607"]The Star[/url]
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[url="http://dsc.discovery.com/news/2008/04/01/nose-smell-bomb.html"]http://dsc.discovery.com/news/2008/04/01/nose-smell-bomb.html[/url] Read it all...but page two has a nice little note. Not sure...
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[url="http://www.ucsfhealth.org/childrens/health_library/reuters/2008/01/20080115elin001.html"]Most kids will outgrow egg alergy[/url] I just came across this & thought it offers us hope
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I thought this forum may be interested to know that my 6 year old son has severe PA and is participating in a 2 year peanut allergy treatment research program (study) at Arkansas Children
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