Archives for March, 2015

Patch Testing for Out of Towners

If you live far away and have a local dermatologist, another  potential way to get the testing done if you’re are unable to stay for three days is to come to Philadelphia for just one day.  We can  apply the food patch tests to your upper back , and you can follow up with your…

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Taking a Poll

In planning our expansion to other parts of the U.S., we’re interested to know how far you would travel for this testing.  If 3 daily trips back and forth is too much, you could make a mini vacation out of it and stay where you’re being tested, coming on Monday and departing Thursday or later…

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Food Patch Testing Logistics

Our food skin patch testing involves 3 trips to the testing center.  On Day 1, we apply the patches with 120 foods (all “type 4″ food allergens) to the upper back.  2 days later, the patches are removed.  The skin is examined at that time and again a day or two later, looking for allergic…

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If you like us, share us!

10 to 15% of your friends have IBS if you live in the U.S.  That’s the percentage of people who have it here.  The numbers are even higher in other countries–over 40% in Brazil!  Help your friends out by sharing us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+!

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our blog is up and running

From time to time, we’ll be posting information for you that relates to the work we’re doing to identify food allergies that are causing IBS symptoms.  We welcome your questions and comments. Remember, our food skin patch testing is a brand new way to find these allergies.  It is the only testing backed up by…

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