Oral Immunotherapy for Sesame Food Allergy: Interim Analysis

      Sesame food allergy (SFA) is a significant and serious health problem in Israel and is an emerging concern in the US. Of significance, sesame is an allergen that is less likely to develop natural oral tolerance over time without immunologic intervention. To date, however, the safety and efficacy of oral immunotherapy (OIT) for sesame has not been reported.
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