Tag: peanut allergy

Pediatricians Slow to Implement Early Peanut Introduction Guidelines

Only 11% are adequately following the guidelines leaving many at risk of developing peanut allergy later in life.

Viaskin Peanut Phase III Trial Falls Short, Still Chance for FDA...

The Viaskin Peanut patch therapy still has 50:50 chance of approval according to research note.

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.

DBV Completes Phase III Study of Peanut Patch

The phase III trial was designed to assess the safety and routine clinical use of Viaskin Peanut.

Researchers Find Gene Associated with Food Allergy

Research provides more evidence that genes play a key role in the development of food allergies.

FDA Approves New Peanut Allergy Claim on Labels

Labels may soon claim that early introduction of peanuts may reduce the risk of infants developing peanut allergy.

New Diagnostic Tool Determines Severity of Peanut Allergies Without Exposure to...

Exciting news that may fundamentally change the way allergists test for the presence and severity of food allergies.

What We Learned from the Georgia Murphy Inquest

Georgia's family received few answers. We look for the lessons we can learn to prevent similar tragedies from befalling the community.

Study: Females and Asians Have Highest Prevalence of Food Allergies and...

Team scrutinized the medical records of 2.7 million patients over a 13 year period.

Novel Peanut Allergy Vaccine Begins Phase I Clinical Trials

Vaccine uses peptides selected from parts of the peanut protein that do not cause life-threatening anaphylactic reactions.

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