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Our expert knowledge in immunology allows us to gain significant insight into your specific health conditions.

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Pediatric & Adult Care

Our services cover a broad spectrum in order to provide healthcare to children & adults.

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Allergy & Asthma

Many of our providers are highly experienced in allergy and asthma conditions.

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Clinical Research

We are affiliated with IMMUNOe Research Centers. Find out about our current research studies.

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I have Hereditary Angioedema which causes edema or swelling when I have flares. Since, I already struggle with having excess swelling in my body I thought it would be a good idea to do everything I could to help reduce the inflammation that I have.  I already receive infusions twice a week which is so […]

IMMUNOe and Horizon Patient Testimonial As much as I love winter time being immune deficient definitely makes it harder.  The kids being in school means germs are more prevalent around the house.  That adds another level of complexity trying to stay healthy.  Unfortunately germs are a part of life and as much as I hope […]

  Research Article: Attention Deficit Disorder and Allergic Rhinitis: Are They Related? Isaac Melamed and Melinda Heffron IMMUNOe Research Centers , Centennial, CO 80112, USA Academic Editor: Enrico Maggi Copyright © 2016 I. Melamed and M. Heffron. T The association between ADHD and allergy remains controversial. Our previous findings suggest that nerve growth factor may […]

Information and Some Tips about Eczema: Avoid the cold: For many people, the cold can cause eczema breakouts. If this happens to you, you might see that your skin is too dry. To help, try to frequently moisturizing your skin to avoid eczema. Moisturizing creams can help keep your skin from drying out, cracking and […]

Researchers have found that rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients with a low BMI or high BMI may have a more difficult time achieving a sustained remission. A study by Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) researchers found the body mass index (BMI) plays a role in patients ability for RA remission and those who were significantly underweight […]

Type 2 diabetes onset occurs when the body does not produce enough insulin, or the insulin that is produced does not function properly, causing abnormal blood glucose levels. Currently, type 2 diabetes accounts for 90-95% of all diabetes cases in the US. In recent years, its prevalence has increased. In 2010, 25.8 million Americans had […]

Type 2 diabetes is a chronic disease that is proving to be of global relevance. Far too often, people with the disease do not seek out information on the health risks, partly due to the fear that comes from the long-term bodily degenerative processes. According to a new study, for people with Type 2 diabetes, […]

Patients at Duke University are proving that it pays off to get the flu shot this season. Researchers from Duke University examined the first 55 patients, with a median age of 28.5, who needed treatment due to the flu from November 2013 to Jan. 8, 2014, and found that most of them had not received […]