Allergy (Pediatric) Clinical Trials

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A Study in Children and Adolescents With Birch Pollen-induced Rhinoconjunctivitis

This is a clinical study in children and adolescents (5-17 years) with allergy to pollen from birch (or related trees). It compares the tree SLIT-tablet with placebo in relieving rhinoconjunctivitis symptoms during the birch/tree pollen season based on the average allergic rhinoconjunctivitis daily total combined score. The study will also …

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  • 10 Jun, 2021
  • 10 locations
COVID19 SARS Vaccinations: Systemic Allergic Reactions to SARS-CoV-2 Vaccinations

Background: Allergic reactions have been reported to occur after vaccination with both the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine and Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine. Allergic reactions range from mild to severe and include life- threatening anaphylactic reactions, although no deaths have been reported with either vaccine. This study is designed with two principal aims: …

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  • 13 Jun, 2021
  • 29 locations
A Study in Adults With Grass Pollen-induced Rhinoconjunctivitis

This is a 2 year clinical study to compare 5-grass mix SLIT-drops with placebo in relieving grass pollen-induced rhinoconjunctivitis symptoms and in use of symptom-relieving medication during the second grass pollen season (peak grass pollen season, PGPS) The study will collect health-related quality of life data in the groups treated …

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  • 08 Jun, 2021
  • 11 locations
Activation and Function of Eosinophils in Conditions With Blood or Tissue Eosinophilia

This study will investigate how, why and under what conditions eosinophils (a type of white blood cell) become activated and will examine their function in immune reactions. Eosinophil counts often rise in response to allergies, asthma, and parasitic worm infections. They can also go up in uncommon autoimmune conditions and, …

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  • 13 Jun, 2021
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