Food allergy diagnosis and therapy: where are we now? IMMUNOTHERAPY Syed, A., Kohli, A., Nadeau, K. C. 2013; 5 (9): 931-944


Food allergy is a growing worldwide epidemic that adversely effects up to 10% of the population. Causes and risk factors remain unclear and diagnostic methods are imprecise. There is currently no accepted treatment for food allergy. Therefore, there is an imminent need for greater understanding of food allergies, revised diagnostics and development of safe, effective therapies. Oral immunotherapy provides a particularly promising avenue, but is still highly experimental and not ready for clinical use.

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