Tag: Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

EoE

High-Tech Tissue Study Reveals Which Cells Drive a Painful Food Allergy

Findings from Cincinnati Children’s also raise questions about butyrate, a popular food supplement.
Human Eosinophils

Discovery Could Lead To Personalized Medical Therapies for Emerging New Food...

"Our goal is to provide the type of deep disease understanding and therapeutic decision-making that is now becoming routine in the cancer field."
Interleukin-4

Study: Protein Active in Life-Threatening Allergic Reactions is a Promising Target...

Research finds that several proteins can interact in blood vessels to intensify the respiratory and circulatory symptoms of anaphylaxis.

Newly Discovered Cell May be Key Contributor to Severe Allergic Reactions

Researchers may have solved a crucial piece of the puzzle in determining why some people with food allergies have relatively mild reactions while others suffer full-blown anaphylaxis.

FARE Announces Grant for Promising Research

FARE has announced that it is providing over $700,000 to help fund promising research that may lead to a fast, effective treatment for food allergies.

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