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ZEGO Purity Panel

ZEGO Debuts New Purity Panel to Inform Consumers About Toxins in Food

ZEGO launches a new visual to bring transparency to undisclosed residues that can harm health.
Anxious Woman

Allergists Encourage Parents of Food Allergic Kids to Recognize Their Own Anxiety

"Children take cues from their parents, and their level of anxiety often reflects their parents’ level of anxiety..."

FDA Advisory Committee Meeting to Review Viaskin Peanut for the Treatment of Peanut Allergy...

Next step in the approval process for the therapy scheduled for May 15, 2020.

Alladapt Immunotherapeutics Secures $60 Million in Series C Financing for Development of Food Allergy...

Company is developing therapy to target a number of food allergies simultaneously.
EAT Grand Challenge

End Allergies Together Announces Winners of $1 Million Grand Challenge to End Anaphylaxis

New microbiome treatments and targets win Challenge as decided by distinguished panel of scientists, investors and entrepreneurs.

Study: Co-Treatments Like Antihistamines and Probiotics Make Peanut OIT Success in Children More Likely

“These findings suggest that slight modifications to treatment protocols could play a key role in substantially improving treatment safety.”
Aimmune + Xencor

Aimmune Licenses Exclusive Worldwide Rights to Xencor’s XmAb®7195 for the Development of Next-Generation Food...

“In-licensing AIMab7195 demonstrates our commitment to enriching our pipeline and strengthening Aimmune’s global leadership in the evolving therapeutic landscape of food allergy treatments.”
AAAAI Palforzia Release

What You Need to Know About the First Peanut Allergy Treatment Approved by the...

Information for patients and their families about this new treatment option, what it means, and why it won’t be right for everyone.

FDA Approves Aimmune’s PALFORZIA as First Treatment for Peanut Allergy

Palforzia is an oral immunotherapy indicated for the mitigation of allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis, that may occur with accidental exposure to peanut.