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Dr. Allan Stillerman: NEW Cow’s Milk Research Study


Dr. Allan Stillerman is the Principal Investigator for a research study of a new investigational formula for CMA that has been developed by an infant formula manufacturer headquartered in the United States. The investigational formula will be tested against Nutramigen (Mead Johnson Nutrition).

The study consists of two (2) parts:

Part 1StillermanMilkStudy
This part of the study will test for allergic reactions to Nutramigen and the investigational formula.

  • 3 visits over approximately 2 – 3 weeks
  • 2 oral food challenges (at Visit 2 & Visit 3)
  • Physical Exam
  • 1 blood sample
  • Taste test for caregivers
  • Diary to record allergic symptoms


Part 2
This part of the study will study how your child grows and how well your child tolerates the formula.

  • This part of the study lasts 16 weeks (about 4 months) & has 2 additional visits
  • 7 telephone contacts
  • Measurements of growth
  • (height, weight, etc.)
  • 1 blood sample
  • Quality of Life Questionnaire for caregivers
  • Diary to record allergic symptoms and how your child tolerates the formula
  • Study participants will be asked to return approximately one year after the first visit to have another blood sample taken.


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Allan Stillerman M.D.
Clinical Research Institute