Linking the Gut Microbiome to Allergy and Asthma

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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.

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