Expert Allergy Dr.?

Posted on: Sun, 12/12/1999 - 6:57am
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Can someone tell me how to contact Dr. Samson or another doctor who is really up on the latest about peanut allergy?
Thanks
Donna

Posted on: Wed, 12/15/1999 - 2:20pm
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Hi Donna,
Try the RESARCH board; Chris's post on July 23, 1999. He mentions Dr. Sampson at Mt.Sinai and a phone number but it may only be for the volnteer clinical testing. I'm not sure. I've seen his name connected with John Hopkins in MD.and then Mt. Sinai in NY. So maybe he transferred.
Good Luck. Diane

Posted on: Thu, 12/16/1999 - 9:15am
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I believe he was with Johns Hopkins, but recently moved to Mt. Sinai

Posted on: Sun, 12/19/1999 - 3:56am
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Thanks! I wouldn't have found it without your help.

Posted on: Sun, 03/12/2000 - 7:24am
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Donna,
Did you speak with Dr. Sampson? We have an appointment in June to fly up and see him. I was hoping that if you have seen him, you could tell me what to expect.
Thanks,
Kristene

Posted on: Sun, 03/12/2000 - 1:08pm
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My Allergist also refered me to Dr. Sampson, but I thought he was at John Hopkins. If he has moved to Mt. Sinai please post so I will know as I am in the process of making plans to visit Baltimore this summer to see him. I will also call on Monday to find out the siduation.

Posted on: Sun, 03/12/2000 - 3:54pm
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When I called Dr. Sampson about a month ago to volunteer for the research study I used the number Chris posted on the research board. It was answered at Mt. Siani by the office receptionist. I think they answered something like Pediatric Allergy Clinic.

Posted on: Sun, 03/12/2000 - 10:21pm
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Dr. Sampson did leave Hopkins several years ago. Dr. Wood is still at Hopkins for people that have an easier time getting to Baltimore. Dr. Wood is also on the FAN advisory board and up on the research. He is also allergic to peanuts and treenuts.

Posted on: Mon, 03/13/2000 - 12:11am
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He is in NYC. His phone number is 212-241-5548 and he is on 98th Street.
We are scheduled to see him on the 23rd of June.

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