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    Clinical trials are an important part of food allergy research, but there are some pretty big differences in the language that’s used to define primary endpoints and reported outcomes—not only here, but also abroad. Joining Dr. Jennifer Caudle to interpret the language that’s used in food allergy research and the implications of these different dialects are Drs. Drew Bird and Bruce Lanser.

     

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    Clinical trials are an important part of food allergy research, but there are some pretty big differences in the language that’s used to define primary endpoints and reported outcomes—not only here, but also abroad. Joining Dr. Jennifer Caudle to interpret the language that’s used in food allergy research and the implications of these different dialects are Drs. Drew Bird and Bruce Lanser.

     

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