Linking the Gut Microbiome to Allergy and Asthma

With the numbers of children suffering from food allergies and asthma on the rise research has turned to the inside of the body to look for clues about a possible treatment.

With the numbers of children suffering from food allergies and asthma on the rise research has turned to the inside of the body to look for clues about a possible treatment.

Susan Lynch, MD, from the University of California at San Francisco discussed the results of her research at the AAAAI conference in Houston.