Good Luck to Nurse Rachel!

From the day our doors opened at NEFATC I knew this was going to be more than a job. The past 9 years have been rewarding to me in a way words can never express. Personally, my daughter’s life changed forever due to OIT. As one of our first patients, she has been in maintenance 

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NEFATC In the News – Connecticut Health I-Team

We were featured in an article about desensitization treatment from the Connecticut Health I-Team. Read the article below or contact us regarding our treatment options. (Photo by Carl Jordan Castro) Desensitization Gives Some Children With Food Allergies A Viable Treatment Option

One OIT Appointment Away…

“My daughter just ate 4 peanut butter M&M’s and is 1 appointment away from completing her OIT program. It’s been just about a year and I can’t say enough about the amazing staff!” – Stacey Salvietti Click here to read more about our peanut allergy desensitization programs. #TestimonialTuesday

Peanut OIT Success Story

“5 years ago we started for the peace of mind that trace amounts of peanuts wouldn’t harm my son. On Monday (after 4 years of eating 3 or 4 peanut M&Ms) he was challenged because his numbers had decreased so significantly. He passed and I just packed his peanut butter and jelly sandwich for lunch 

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Another Peanut OIT graduate

Dr. Johnson with another Peanut OIT graduate! It is a new year and new beginnings for this wonderful patient and his family! Read more comments from our community on our Facebook Page. Learn about all of our OIT programs here.

Our Peanut Desensitization Program In The News

A Controversial Treatment for Peanut Allergies Patients get increasing doses of peanuts until they no longer suffer allergic reactions. Peanut M&M dispensers stand in the waiting room of the New England Food Allergy Treatment Center. Wall Street Journal: A Controversial Treatment for Peanut Allergies (PDF), or read on the WSJ website.