Food Allergy Research

Scientists Discover Cells That Could Make Allergy Research More Targeted, Improving Our Understanding of How Allergies Develop

Research published today in Science Translational Medicine has shown that immune cells with a distinct protein profile are found in the blood of patients with diverse environmental and food allergies (including peanut, pollen, pet dander and mold) but absent from individuals who do not have allergic conditions. This new finding, from a team of researchers… Continue reading Scientists Discover Cells That Could Make Allergy Research More Targeted, Improving Our Understanding of How Allergies Develop

Food Allergy Research

Less Than Half of Young People With Anaphylaxis Are Given Epinephrine Before Reaching Hospital

Epinephrine is the only first-line treatment for anaphylaxis, a severe, life-threatening allergic reaction. However, a July 2017 study suggests that most children and young adults receiving emergency care for anaphylaxis are not given epinephrine at the onset of symptoms, when the life-saving medication is most effective. Published in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology,… Continue reading Less Than Half of Young People With Anaphylaxis Are Given Epinephrine Before Reaching Hospital

Food Allergy Research

Learning More About the FARE Patient Registry with Luis Garcia

Last week, we launched the FARE Patient Registry, one component of our strategic plan to advance food allergy research. This registry is a vital tool that will harness the power of patient data to accelerate research toward revealing the causes of food allergy, uncovering why food allergy rates have increased in recent years and identifying… Continue reading Learning More About the FARE Patient Registry with Luis Garcia

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Food Allergy Research & Education Launches Patient Registry

Data Provided by Food Allergy Patients to Aid Research, Treatment Efforts Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) today announced the launch of the FARE Patient Registry, a vital tool that will harness the power of patient data to accelerate research toward revealing the causes of food allergy, uncovering why food allergy rates have increased in… Continue reading Food Allergy Research & Education Launches Patient Registry

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Meet the Speakers, Part 5: Dr. Sharon Chinthrajah

In our final post in our series highlighting several of our FARE National Food Allergy Conference speakers, FARE staff interviewed Dr. Sharon Chinthrajah. Dr. Chinthrajah is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care, Stanford School of Medicine as well as the Associate Director for the FARE Clinical Center of Excellence… Continue reading Meet the Speakers, Part 5: Dr. Sharon Chinthrajah

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Meet the Speakers, Part 4: Dr. Cathy Nagler

Noted FARE researcher Cathryn R. Nagler is the Bunning Food Allergy Professor and Professor of Pathology, Medicine and Pediatrics at The University of Chicago. At the 2017 FARE National Food Allergy Conference in San Antonio next week, she will be presenting a session on the trillions of bacteria in the human digestive tract, exploring how… Continue reading Meet the Speakers, Part 4: Dr. Cathy Nagler

Food Allergy Research

Report from AAAAI: Recent Findings in Peanut Immunotherapy

In our final report from the annual meeting of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, we summarize some of the conference’s wide-ranging findings on peanut immunotherapy research, from the laboratory benchtop to clinical trials. The four studies below are among more than 100 talks, posters and sessions on peanut allergy presented at AAAAI… Continue reading Report from AAAAI: Recent Findings in Peanut Immunotherapy