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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.
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It’s not uncommon for those with allergies to be anxious about travelling abroad. However, by following our tops tips, going on holiday can be a lot less frightening. Read more…
We hope that schools will use these resources, ranging from presentations to AllergyWise courses, to help raise allergy awareness with their staff and pupils. Read more…
For people who have severe allergies, being in a festival environment may seem challenging. We’ve come up with some top tips on staying safe all while enjoying yourself! Read more…
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20th May 2019
Monday 20th May 2019 We were very saddened to learn of the death of 9-year-old Habiba Chisthi who tragically died on Monday 18th February from anaphylactic shock, two days after suffering a severe allergic reaction. Habiba was known to have allergies to eggs and nuts and suffered from asthma for which she was prescribed an […]
17th May 2019
Friday 17th May 2019 Mohammed Abdul Kuddus, the takeaway boss found guilty of manslaughter following the death of 15 year old Megan Lee, has won an appeal against his conviction. After eating takeaway food containing peanuts from the Royal Spice Indian in Hyndburn, Lancashire on Friday 30th December 2016, Megan Lee began experiencing a severe […]
10th May 2019
Friday 10th May 2019 The coroner has ended the inquest on Karanbir Cheema and has delivered her narrative and recommendations. Our deepest sympathies go out to the family of Karanbir Cheema who passed away following a tragic incident which occurred at William Perkin Church of England High School in Greenford, West London on the 28th […]
9th May 2019
Thursday 9th May 2019 Immunotherapy works by slowing introducing small amounts of the problem allergen to the patient in two phases known as ‘initial’ or ‘up dosing’ and the ‘maintenance’ phase, with the aim of reducing allergic reactions following accidental exposure. The Anaphylaxis Campaign welcomes the research paper by Chu et al which contributes to […]