6-8% of children and 3-4% of adults have food allergies in the U.S.
1.4% of U.S individuals have a peanut allergy, and 0.2% deal with allergies from tree nuts
2.5% of U.S. children deal with allergies from cow's milk
1.3% of children suffer from egg white allergies across the U.S.
Food Allergy Desensitization ProgramsA new and exciting treatment to desensitize patients with peanut, tree nut, milk products, egg, and sesame food allergies using a procedure called oral immunotherapy in which patients with allergies are fed small incremental amounts of protein.
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The New England Food Allergy Treatment Center utilizes oral immunotherapy to help patients NEEDHAM, Massachusetts Updated: 8:30 PM EDT Nov 3, 2022 The New England Food Allergy Treatment Center in Quincy, MA desensitizes patients with peanut, tree nut, milk, egg and sesame allergies using a procedure known as oral immunotherapy, where patients are fed small incremental
We’re excited to share the following clinical research study information with full credit given to the publisher Elsevier and the following authors. Yuliya Afinogenova,Tamar N. Rubin,Sagar D. Patel,Rachel L. Powell,Janina M. Gilo,Morgan N. Denno,Gary Soffer,Jason O. Lee,Louis M. Mendelson,Jeffrey M. Factor Publication: The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice Date: September 2020 ©
Dear Families, In light of the continuing public health situation related to the COVID-19 pandemic, NEFATC-West Hartford will remain closed the remainder of April. While we understand the inconvenience that this closure is causing, we want to reiterate that we made this decision because of our commitment to patient and staff safety. As always if
NEFATC – Boston is excited to welcome Morgan Denno, APRN to our medical staff. She will be starting on May 4th when the office re-opens!! ✨✨✨ Morgan is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She received her BSN at Western Connecticut State University and her MSN from Sacred Heart University. She began her clinical practice as a
“Two years ago (after years of her begging) we made the decision as a family to begin oral immunization therapy for our peanut-allergic daughter. At the time she was eight years old. Every other week we made a seven-hour round trip to NEFATC in West Hartford to increase our peanut dose – despite our insane
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