These leading scientists explain what we know, and what we’re still learning about this unique meat allergy.

Alpha-gal allergy (or Alpha-gal Syndrome — AGS) is believed to develop among some people following a tick bite, but many crucial questions remain; including the reason why some people develop it while others don’t.  People affected by this allergy must avoid red meat, as well as a number of medicines and even some household products.

Learn more about how alpha-gal allergy is so different from other allergies, why it’s likely under-reported, and what researchers are doing to help patients, both now and in the future.

Click on the image below to read more, or to watch a video interview with these researchers.

Taking a bite out of meat allergies