A recent vaccine study led by Jessica O’Konek, Ph.D., is featured in the following articles:
“Next steps include further studies in mice to better understand the mechanisms responsible for the suppression of food allergies and to learn whether protection from peanut allergies can be extended for an even longer period of time. …” Read more in this article featured on SnackSafely.com.
“This research is also teaching us more about how food allergies develop and the science behind what needs to change in the immune system to treat them,” says James R. Baker, Jr., M.D., director of the Weiser Food Allergy Center. Read more in this article featured on MHealth Lab.