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Potential breakthrough in food allergy management
Published Feb 26, 2024
A Johns Hopkins Medicine study suggests omalizumab could become a 'life-changing' medication for patients with multiple food allergies
Food allergy findings
Published April 28, 2016
Study: Apparent increase in food allergies in children not linked to changes in antibody levels / Hopkins Medicine
The gluten-free grocer
Published Spring 2016
On a mission to bring a hard-to-find foods to those with special diets / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Technology venture
JHU vaccine technology could help treat allergies
Published Oct 13, 2015 Video
University receives portion of $300M deal between Immunomic Therapeutics, Astellas Pharma
Food allergies more common among inner-city youth
Published Aug 15, 2014
One in 10 children in study allergic to milk, eggs, or peanuts / Hopkins Medicine
Bacteria for baby?
Published June 9, 2014
Newborns exposed to dirt, dander may have lower allergy, asthma risks, study suggests / Hopkins Medicine
Genetic glitch
The root of allergies
Published July 24, 2013
Researchers attribute array of allergies, other conditions to faulty genetic pathway / Hopkins Medicine
Allergy shot alternative
Published May 2013
Oral drops effective in treating symptoms of allergies, researchers conclude after multi-study review / Gazette