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Immunology Clinic
Immunology Lab

What is an Immunology Clinic?

An immunology clinic is a healthcare facility that specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the immune system. Immunology clinics offer a variety of services. Services include, but are not limited to, allergy testing, immunotherapy, and cancer treatment. 


Immunology clinics also offer a variety of educational resources for patients and their families. These resources can help patients better understand their condition and how to manage it. 


Immunology clinics are staffed by a team of healthcare professionals with specialized training in immunology. These immunologists treat health issues brought on by immune system problems. 


There are many reasons to visit an immunology lab or clinic. If you have a chronic illness, such as allergies, asthma, or Crohn's disease, you may benefit from seeing an immunologist. Immunologists can also help if you have a family history of autoimmune diseases.


If you've been exposed to a potentially dangerous virus or bacteria, an immunologist can help you determine if you're at risk for developing an infection. Immunologists can also provide guidance on how to boost your immune system to prevent infections.


If you have a weakened immune system due to cancer treatment or another condition, an immunologist can help you manage your condition and protect your health. Immunologists can also help if you have a rare immunodeficiency disorder.


If you are looking for a immunology lab or clinic in the Montreal, QC area, check out Immuni T. Immuni T is a contract research organization (CRO) providing high quality services in immunology and immunotoxicology with a core expertise in functional cell-based assays, flow cytometry and ligand-binding bioanalysis.  


Our corporate and scientific staff of highly trained specialists is primarily composed of PhD, MSc, MD and lab technicians. Our support to your development needs focuses on three specific areas of expertise : flow cytometry, cell culture and ligand binding.


Contact us to learn more about our immunology lab!

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