CHILD in Chatelaine magazine

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A recent article in Chatelaine magazine reviews the history of medical efforts to tackle food allergy, highlighting recent breakthroughs in research and treatment—and providing national exposure for the CHILD Study along the way.

The article looks at current and emerging food allergy treatments and preventative strategies, including oral immunotherapy (OIT), dendritic cell therapy, and allergy patches and oral capsules.

On the topic of prevention, the piece references the 2017 finding from CHILD Study research that introducing allergenic foods, such as peanuts, eggs and milk, to infants early in life reduces their risk of developing an allergic sensitivity to those foods in later childhood.

According to a 2018 Rogers Media Kit, in print and digital format the Canadian women’s magazine has a current readership of over 3.5 million.

How Close Are We to a Cure for Food Allergies?” was published online on April 23, 2018.

The same article also appeared on the June 2018 newspaper issue of National Post.