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Around one third of the UK population (approximately 19 million people) will develop an allergy at some time in their lives.
Join us as a member of the Anaphylaxis Campaign today and help us to raise the profile of severe allergy and support those who live with life threatening allergies.
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We have developed a comprehensive guide for employees and employers to help people with severe allergies at work, including an adult allergy action plan. Read more…
Our Support Groups are organised by our friendly volunteers, and are the perfect chance to meet other people living with severe allergies in your local area. Read more…
Every school is likely to have at least one pupil who is severely allergic to a type of food, and many schools will have more. Read more…
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15th April 2021
We are saddened to learn of the tragic death of Ava-Grace Stevens, aged 9, who sadly died on 28th October 2019. We would like to offer our deepest sympathies to her family at this difficult time. Following the inquest, held at Northampton Coroners Court on Wednesday 14th April 2021, the coroner concluded that Ava’s death […]
12th April 2021
The owner of a Gloucester kebab shop has been fined for acting in a ‘highly irresponsible manner’ and putting customer’s health at risk. Workers at Texas, based on Park End Road, wrongly told a diner who said they had a potentially fatal milk allergy they would be fine to eat a lamb donner. Later the […]
8th April 2021
As the Covid-19 vaccine roll-out continues apace in the UK, increasingly publicity has been given to the proposal that some form of certificate or ‘passport’ may be implemented, linked to the identity of the holder, to verify vaccination status and allow access to public venues, large gatherings, travel and other public arenas thereby, in theory, […]
6th April 2021
On the 23rd and 24th March, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) held their second annual Food Hypersensitivity Symposium which brought together delegates from a variety of backgrounds including food business operators, local authority enforcement, clinical allergy specialists and allergy patient organisations. The Anaphylaxis Campaign was delighted to attend and to contribute to the interactive workshops […]