Donate to Allergy and Immunology Research, Patient Care and Education
The physicians and scientists within the Division of Allergy and Immunology at Northwestern Medicine are dedicated to conducting breakthrough laboratory and clinical research, in order to gain new knowledge and to enhance treatment approaches for the millions of people who are living with allergies and chronic immune system conditions. By making a donation to Northwestern Memorial Foundation, you will offer support to these dedicated physicians and scientists, to their research and clinical pursuits, and to the many patients who come to them for care.
People of all ages can be evaluated and treated for a variety of allergy and immunology issues, including the following:
- Sinus and nasal issues
- Food and drug allergies
- Immune deficiency disorders and recurrent infections
- Allergic skin issues and insect allergies
The allergists and immunologists at Northwestern Medicine strive to pinpoint the cause(s) and to control the symptoms of a patient’s allergy or immune system condition. Following a patient’s comprehensive examination and diagnostic process, our physicians work with the patient o develop a personalized treatment plan with the greatest potential to address and control symptoms, and to provide the individual with the best possible quality of life and overall health. Elements of a treatment plan might include allergy shots, antibody replacement therapies for asthma, disease-specific education and management, and assistance with controlling environments and diets.
Allergy and Immunology Research, Patient Care and Education Donation
With the support of your contribution to Northwestern Memorial Foundation, Northwestern Medicine’s allergists and immunologists will continue to deliver the highest quality of care to their patients and will be able to break new ground through their research. Your generosity will facilitate great progress and will make a positive difference in the health and lives of many people affected by allergies and immune system conditions.