Anaphylaxis

Anne Ellis, MD: Bettering Anaphylaxis Follow-Up

November 10, 2019

Article

The rate of ED cases have decreased over years, yet proper patient follow-up is still lacking.

FDA Committee Supports Data for AR101 Peanut Allergy Application

September 14, 2019

Article

The Allergenic Products Advisory Committee voted in favor Friday to support the BLA data for what could become the first drug indicated for food allergy desensitization.

Peanut Allergy Oral Immunotherapy Increases Allergic Reactions

April 26, 2019

Article

Investigators found that peanut allergy immunotherapy was associated with a greater risk of anaphylaxis, epinephrine use, and serious adverse events compared to avoidance or placebo.

Reaching a Future of Optimized Food Allergy Therapies

March 08, 2019

Article

The first generation of food allergy treatments is nearing the market. What could be next is more individualized therapies.

Improving Food Allergy Testing & Collaboration

March 07, 2019

Article

What other specialties should become more involved in the network of care for allergic patients?

Hugh Windom, MD: Understanding Food Allergy Rates

March 07, 2019

Article

Is the US population having allergies diagnosed correctly, and are allergies on the rise?

Addressing Adult Patients, Comorbidities in Food Allergies

March 01, 2019

Article

Pediatric peanut allergy trials have proven successful. Now where do researchers look next?

Hugh Windom, MD: Treating Food Allergy with Allergen Exposure

February 28, 2019

Article

What does the typical patient have to treat aside from their allergy, and what are their treatment goals?

Brian Vickery, MD: Food Allergy Guidelines' Role in New Therapies

February 27, 2019

Article

Have current guidelines been fitted to consider the future of immunotherapy research?

Can Food Challenges Help Individualize Allergy Therapy?

February 26, 2019

Article

UNC investigators consider the role current food allergy trials may play in addressing gaps of knowledge on patient individualization.

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