How does data collection play a role in the Tolerance Induction Program?

TIP is built on almost two decades of diagnostic data collected from the patients we have treated. This amounts to trillions of data points. What is the purpose of collecting all that data? The data allows us to use high-powered mathematics and analytics to best understand food allergy and how to safely treat your child to overcome their unique food allergies. Your child’s data directly drives their treatment — down to the milligram of food protein for each dose throughout the program. This means every child receives an entirely unique form of therapy.

It also means that each new case grows the amount of data that we can continually study and analyze – leading to an even better understanding of food allergy and an even more efficient treatment program.