Tag: eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE)

Tanya Ednan-Laperouse and Emma Turay

Two UK Allergy Moms Who Suffered Horrific Losses Demand an Allergy...

We applaud the efforts of Ms Ednan-Laperouse and Ms Turay and believe their concept of a single person responsible for the health and safety of the allergic community should be adopted here in the US.

Dupixent (dupilumab) Study Shows Significant Improvement in Eosinophilic Esophagitis Signs and...

Phase 3 trial in (EoE) to show a significantly improved structural and histologic measures, while rapidly improving ability to swallow in patients 12 years and older
US Faster Act

The FASTER Act: What It Does and Why YOU Need to...

FARE can't do it alone: Do your part to help pass the FASTER Act.
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.
EoE

Study: Children with Current Allergies Should Be Screened for EoE

Eosinophilic Esophagitis joins the “Atopic (Allergic) March” of early childhood.
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."
Peanut Allergy Therapy

Aimmune, Regeneron and Sanofi Collaborate on Combination Peanut Therapy

More exciting news as pharma companies work to extend the effectiveness of their therapies in combination.
Food allergy Bloggers Conference

An Interview with Jenny Sprague, Founder of FABlogCon

All about the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference, an important resource for parents as well as bloggers.

End Allergies Together Funds EoE Diagnostic Research

EoE is on the rise and may increase even more once oral immunotherapy becomes commonplace. EAT is funding research into a better diagnostic.