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Allergy season may occur once a year, but for many allergy sufferers, the need for therapeutic advances becomes a year-round priority. From asthma to food allergies to immunology, Focus on Allergy keeps you up to date on the latest diagnostic findings and treatments.

Latest Episodes

A Look at the Increasing Prevalence of Food Allergies in the EU

Guest: Maria Pasioti Here to give us a glimpse into the prevalence and impact of IgE-mediated food allergies in the EU is Dr. Maria Pasioti, an allergist at Laiko Hospital in Athens, Greece.

-1 s2 d ago
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A Look at the Increasing Prevalence of Food Allergies in the EU

How Advocacy Groups Are Enhancing Food Allergy Care

Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Anne Ellis, MD Guest: George DuToit, MD Managing a food allergy can be difficult for both physicians and patients, which is why advocacy groups are working to advance the interests of this community and develop guidelines for healthcare professionals. To find out more, Dr. Jennifer Caudle is joined by Drs. Anne Ellis and George DuToit, who discuss their opinions and go into detail about how physicians can help patients living with a food allergy.

12 MIN2019 SEP 12
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How Advocacy Groups Are Enhancing Food Allergy Care

Translating the Language of Food Allergy Research

Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Bruce Lanser, MD Guest: Drew Bird, MD Clinical trials are an important part of food allergy research, but there are some pretty big differences in the language that’s used to define primary endpoints and reported outcomes—not only here, but also abroad. Joining Dr. Jennifer Caudle to interpret the language that’s used in food allergy research and the implications of these different dialects are Drs. Drew Bird and Bruce Lanser.

-1 s2019 AUG 27
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Translating the Language of Food Allergy Research

Looking Back, Moving Forward: OIT’s Origins & Emerging Insights

Host: Mario R. Nacinovich, Jr., MSc Guest: Jonathan Spergel, MD, PhD Get a bird’s-eye view of how oral immunotherapy (OIT) is developing in different countries with Dr. Mario Nacinovich and Dr. Jonathan Spergel, who also discusses the reasoning behind this strategy and when we should use this treatment option for our patients with food allergies.

-1 s2019 AUG 14
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Looking Back, Moving Forward: OIT’s Origins & Emerging Insights

Maximizing Team Effectiveness in Food Allergy Care

Host: Amy Mackey, MD Guest: Jay Lieberman, MD Guest: Alan Goldsobel, MD When it comes to managing patients with food allergy, what team members should contribute within your practice? To find out, Dr. Amy Mackey speaks with Drs. Jay Lieberman and Alan Goldsobel who discuss their food allergy care teams along with how they overcome common obstacles.

-1 s2019 JUL 30
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Maximizing Team Effectiveness in Food Allergy Care

4 Things to Know About Oral Immunotherapy for Food Allergy

Guest: Jay Lieberman, MD As oral immunotherapy for food allergy continues to gain traction in clinical trials, Dr. Jay Lieberman shares four key takeaways regarding its side effects, whether it should be viewed as a cure, how it could potentially change a patient’s lifestyle, and ultimately, if it’s the answer for every patient with a food allergy.

-1 s2019 MAY 31
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4 Things to Know About Oral Immunotherapy for Food Allergy

Defining 2 Types of Oral Food Challenges

Guest: Jay Lieberman, MD Food challenges can be done in a few different ways, and here to walk us through two types that are commonly used in research and clinical settings is Dr. Jay Lieberman, Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.

-1 s2019 MAY 31
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Defining 2 Types of Oral Food Challenges

The Role of Allergy Testing to Achieve Personalized Treatment Goals for Allergic Rhinitis & Asthma

Host: John J. Russell, MD Guest: Henry A. Wojtczak, MD Allergic rhinitis (AR) and asthma are common allergic respiratory conditions. In fact, AR is a major factor in the development of asthma. Medical costs associated with these two conditions are high, but can be reduced considerably when following evidence-based diagnosis and treatment guidelines, which include allergy testing and avoidance of relevant allergens. The goal of this CME activity is to help clinicians understand the rationale for allergy testing for people with AR and asthma and incorporate the results from allergy testing into a comprehensive evidence-based treatment approach.

-1 s2018 AUG 27
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The Role of Allergy Testing to Achieve Personalized Treatment Goals for Allergic Rhinitis & Asthma

Dirt Is Good: The Advantage of Germs for Children's Developing Immune System

Host: John J. Russell, MD Do pets help prevent allergies? Does the 5-second rule actually exist? And is dirt really good for a child’s immune system? Host Dr. John Russell talks with Jack Gilbert, Ph.D., Professor of Surgery at the University of Chicago and Director of the Microbiome Institute. Dr. Gilbert is author of the book Dirt is Good, answering questions about the potential benefits of exposure to germs and bacteria. He and Dr. Russell sift through common misconceptions about microbiomes to better understand their actual risks and benefits for the body's immune system, explaining its role in disease and health.

-1 s2017 OCT 27
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Dirt Is Good: The Advantage of Germs for Children's Developing Immune System

Immune Cells: Are They the Key to Better Allergy and Infection Therapies?

Host: Brian P. McDonough, MD, FAAFP Allergies occur when your immune system mistakes a normally harmless allergen for a dangerous invader and moves to destroy it, producing an allergic reaction. What exactly causes this response, and what are the best treatments to combat it? Host Brian McDonough chats with Dr. Avery August, Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at Cornell’s College of Veterinary Medicine, about his research regarding how allergens affect the immune system.

-1 s2017 SEP 23
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Immune Cells: Are They the Key to Better Allergy and Infection Therapies?

Latest Episodes

A Look at the Increasing Prevalence of Food Allergies in the EU

Guest: Maria Pasioti Here to give us a glimpse into the prevalence and impact of IgE-mediated food allergies in the EU is Dr. Maria Pasioti, an allergist at Laiko Hospital in Athens, Greece.

-1 s2 d ago
Comments
A Look at the Increasing Prevalence of Food Allergies in the EU

How Advocacy Groups Are Enhancing Food Allergy Care

Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Anne Ellis, MD Guest: George DuToit, MD Managing a food allergy can be difficult for both physicians and patients, which is why advocacy groups are working to advance the interests of this community and develop guidelines for healthcare professionals. To find out more, Dr. Jennifer Caudle is joined by Drs. Anne Ellis and George DuToit, who discuss their opinions and go into detail about how physicians can help patients living with a food allergy.

12 MIN2019 SEP 12
Comments
How Advocacy Groups Are Enhancing Food Allergy Care

Translating the Language of Food Allergy Research

Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Bruce Lanser, MD Guest: Drew Bird, MD Clinical trials are an important part of food allergy research, but there are some pretty big differences in the language that’s used to define primary endpoints and reported outcomes—not only here, but also abroad. Joining Dr. Jennifer Caudle to interpret the language that’s used in food allergy research and the implications of these different dialects are Drs. Drew Bird and Bruce Lanser.

-1 s2019 AUG 27
Comments
Translating the Language of Food Allergy Research

Looking Back, Moving Forward: OIT’s Origins & Emerging Insights

Host: Mario R. Nacinovich, Jr., MSc Guest: Jonathan Spergel, MD, PhD Get a bird’s-eye view of how oral immunotherapy (OIT) is developing in different countries with Dr. Mario Nacinovich and Dr. Jonathan Spergel, who also discusses the reasoning behind this strategy and when we should use this treatment option for our patients with food allergies.

-1 s2019 AUG 14
Comments
Looking Back, Moving Forward: OIT’s Origins & Emerging Insights

Maximizing Team Effectiveness in Food Allergy Care

Host: Amy Mackey, MD Guest: Jay Lieberman, MD Guest: Alan Goldsobel, MD When it comes to managing patients with food allergy, what team members should contribute within your practice? To find out, Dr. Amy Mackey speaks with Drs. Jay Lieberman and Alan Goldsobel who discuss their food allergy care teams along with how they overcome common obstacles.

-1 s2019 JUL 30
Comments
Maximizing Team Effectiveness in Food Allergy Care

4 Things to Know About Oral Immunotherapy for Food Allergy

Guest: Jay Lieberman, MD As oral immunotherapy for food allergy continues to gain traction in clinical trials, Dr. Jay Lieberman shares four key takeaways regarding its side effects, whether it should be viewed as a cure, how it could potentially change a patient’s lifestyle, and ultimately, if it’s the answer for every patient with a food allergy.

-1 s2019 MAY 31
Comments
4 Things to Know About Oral Immunotherapy for Food Allergy

Defining 2 Types of Oral Food Challenges

Guest: Jay Lieberman, MD Food challenges can be done in a few different ways, and here to walk us through two types that are commonly used in research and clinical settings is Dr. Jay Lieberman, Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.

-1 s2019 MAY 31
Comments
Defining 2 Types of Oral Food Challenges

The Role of Allergy Testing to Achieve Personalized Treatment Goals for Allergic Rhinitis & Asthma

Host: John J. Russell, MD Guest: Henry A. Wojtczak, MD Allergic rhinitis (AR) and asthma are common allergic respiratory conditions. In fact, AR is a major factor in the development of asthma. Medical costs associated with these two conditions are high, but can be reduced considerably when following evidence-based diagnosis and treatment guidelines, which include allergy testing and avoidance of relevant allergens. The goal of this CME activity is to help clinicians understand the rationale for allergy testing for people with AR and asthma and incorporate the results from allergy testing into a comprehensive evidence-based treatment approach.

-1 s2018 AUG 27
Comments
The Role of Allergy Testing to Achieve Personalized Treatment Goals for Allergic Rhinitis & Asthma

Dirt Is Good: The Advantage of Germs for Children's Developing Immune System

Host: John J. Russell, MD Do pets help prevent allergies? Does the 5-second rule actually exist? And is dirt really good for a child’s immune system? Host Dr. John Russell talks with Jack Gilbert, Ph.D., Professor of Surgery at the University of Chicago and Director of the Microbiome Institute. Dr. Gilbert is author of the book Dirt is Good, answering questions about the potential benefits of exposure to germs and bacteria. He and Dr. Russell sift through common misconceptions about microbiomes to better understand their actual risks and benefits for the body's immune system, explaining its role in disease and health.

-1 s2017 OCT 27
Comments
Dirt Is Good: The Advantage of Germs for Children's Developing Immune System

Immune Cells: Are They the Key to Better Allergy and Infection Therapies?

Host: Brian P. McDonough, MD, FAAFP Allergies occur when your immune system mistakes a normally harmless allergen for a dangerous invader and moves to destroy it, producing an allergic reaction. What exactly causes this response, and what are the best treatments to combat it? Host Brian McDonough chats with Dr. Avery August, Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at Cornell’s College of Veterinary Medicine, about his research regarding how allergens affect the immune system.

-1 s2017 SEP 23
Comments
Immune Cells: Are They the Key to Better Allergy and Infection Therapies?
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