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The Division of Allergy and Immunology at Boston Children’s Hospital diagnoses and treats children, adolescents and adults with allergic disorders and immunodeficiencies. This can include common allergy-related problems, such as food- and pet-allergies, eczema and asthma, as well as more complex and rare immunodeficiencies, such as Hyper-IgM, in which the immune system fails to produce certain antibodies.
Did you know?
Asthma is the leading cause of hospitalization at Boston Children's
At least a dozen genes are suspected of having a role in food allergies and related diseases
Food allergies effect one in 10 children in the United States
Boston Children’s is working on ways to "reverse" allergies through innovative new desensitization treatments
Some of the best ways to improve asthma outcomes—education and home interventions—are often not covered by insurance
Boston Children's researchers found that for every $1 invested in asthma education over 20 years, there was a cost savings of $7 to $36
Allergy and Asthma Program
Atopic Dermatitis Center
Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disease Program
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