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The interview discussed the latest insights into this unusual allergy to red meat, which is linked to some tick bites.

Dr. Commins — one of the leading experts on alpha-gal syndrome — is Associate Chief for Allergy & Immunology at UNC, and Medical Director of the UNC Allergy & Immunology Clinic at Eastowne. He was joined in the interview by UNC colleague, Dr. Sarah McGill, Associate Professor in the Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology.

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