Finding the appropriate care is one of the most important steps when your child is diagnosed with a food allergy. The Food Allergy Program is led by Dr. Amal Assa’ad, Director of Clinical Services, Division of Allergy and Immunology. Dr. Assa’ad is recognized internationally for her expertise in the care of patients with food allergies. Our team consists of physicians, nurses, dieticians and other team members experienced in the care of patients with food allergies. The goal of the Food Allergy Program is to improve the lives of patients with food allergies and their family members by providing expert care, innovative treatments and cutting-edge research. Patients in the Food Allergy Program are seen through the Allergy Clinic and Peanut OIT Standardization Clinic.

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Peanut Oral Immunotherapy at Cincinnati Children’s

For more information about peanut oral immunotherapy at Cincinnati Children’s, watch this 50-minute webinar featuring Justin T. Schwartz, MD, PhD, Sandy Durrani, MD and Christa Mills, MSN, RN as they explain the basics of oral immunotherapy, what is involved, the risks and benefits and data from Cincinnati Children’s peanut food allergy oral immunotherapy. Select the full screen view for the best viewing experience.

Watch the Peanut Oral Immunotherapy Webinar