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Clinical studies & guidelines

  • Learning Early About Peanut Allergy (LEAP)

    The first large-scale study (640 babies) that showed peanut consumption in high-risk infants between 4 and 11 months of age reduced the rate of peanut allergy by 81%

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  • Prevention of Egg Allergy in High-Risk Infants with Eczema (PETIT)

    Study of 147 infants with eczema who were given cooked egg from 4-10 months in a step-wise (low to high dose) dosing method. Showed early egg exposure reduced risk of egg allergy by 79%

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  • Enquiring About Tolerance (EAT)

    Study of 1,300 babies with no risk factors who were given 6 allergens (peanut, egg, milk, white fish, sesame, and wheat) from 3-6 months of age. Showed >67% reduction in egg and cow’s milk allergies.

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  • Addendum Guidelines for the Prevention of Peanut Allergy in the United States

    NIAID-Sponsored Expert Panel provides three guidelines for the early introduction of peanut-containing foods in infants, based on their level of risk for developing peanut allergy.

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  • American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Allergy Prevention Guidelines

    Recommendations for the introduction of highly allergenic foods, diet during pregnancy, and breastfeeding. 

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  • FDA Qualified Health Claim on Benefits of Early Peanut Introduction

    The Food and Drug Administration issued a qualified health claim in September 2017 acknowledging the link between early peanut introduction and reduced risk of developing peanut allergy.

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  • Early exposure to cow’s milk protein is protective against IgE-mediated cow’s milk protein allergy

    Prospective study of >10,000 families showed significant correlation of timing of cow's milk introduction with risk of developing cow's milk allergy

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Events

  • Childhood Food Allergy Prevention Lecture at St. John’s Hospital 6/14/18

    Katie Marks-Cogan, M.D. discusses updates on the science, evolving guidelines, and clinical studies surrounding childhood food allergy development and prevention.

  • IndustryTalk: The Science of Childhood Food Allergy Prevention 9/18/18

    Updates on the science, evolving guidelines, and clinical studies surrounding childhood food allergy development and prevention.

  • Gary Rachelefsky, M.D. Childhood Food Allergy Prevention Lecture at Anaheim Regional Medical Center 9/09/18

    Lunch starts at noon and lecture at 12:30pm. Updates on the science, evolving guidelines, and clinical studies surrounding childhood food allergy development and prevention.

  • Gary Rachelefsky, M.D. Childhood Food Allergy Prevention Lecture at Valley Presbyterian Hospital 09/18/18

    Lunch starts at noon and lecture at 12:30pm. Updates on the science, evolving guidelines, and clinical studies surrounding childhood food allergy development and prevention.

  • Childhood Food Allergy Prevention Lecture at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital 10/4/18

    Gary Rachelefsky, M.D. will discuss updates on the science, evolving guidelines, and clinical studies surrounding childhood food allergy development and prevention.

  • Gary Rachelefsky, M.D. Childhood Food Allergy Prevention Lecture at Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center 10/19/18

    Gary Rachelefsky, M.D. will discuss updates on the science, evolving guidelines, and clinical studies surrounding childhood food allergy development and prevention.

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