RI-MUHC researchers lead the first oral desensitization program in Canada

Desensitization program helps kids with milk allergies

New milk allergy research being led at the RI-MUHC. Pediatric allergy and immunology specialists Dr. Bruce Mazer and Dr. Moshe Ben-Shoshan (Montreal Children’s Hospital) started the GET-FACTS (Genetics, Environment and Therapies: Food Allergy Clinical Tolerance Studies) study in 2012.

The program is having good success with helping children with milk allergies build up tolerance to milk protein by introducing the allergen very slowly into the diet. They were interviewed by CTV, La Presse, Radio-Canada, 98,5 fm, the Gazette, CJAD and Le Devoir (September 2016).

More about the study at GET-FACTS: https://www.getfactsmilk.com/ https://www.getfactsmilk.com/

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