FARE-Funded Researcher Featured in New York Times Article

3/9/2013
 

Merger Between the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network and the Food Allergy Initiative Finalized

FFARE-funded researcher Dr. Kari Nadeau is featured in a New York Times Magazine article - "The Allergy Buster."The piece is the magazine’s cover story for Sunday, March 10, 2013. FARE is proud to support world-class food allergy research and clinical trials nationwide, including Dr. Nadeau's.

While oral immunotherapy, the treatment featured in the article, has shown encouraging results in clinical trials, it should not be performed outside the academic research setting.

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