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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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16th March 2018
A new online resource has been developed in the North West of England to help parents, children and healthcare professionals with a range of information about children’s allergies. The North West of England is home to seven million people or one eighth of the UK population. The region has 1.5 million children and it is […]
16th March 2018
Earlier this week on Wednesday 14th March 2018 our Chief Executive Lynne Regent was delighted to attend a House of Commons debate on ‘Allergy Awareness in Schools’. Westminster Hall debates in the Grand Committee Room allow time for individual MPs to raise issues of importance to them through a series of Private Members’ general debates. […]
15th March 2018
The film Peter Rabbit is going to be released in cinemas across the UK from tomorrow, Friday 16th March 2018. The film has received a mixed reception in the press and within the allergic community because of a scene in which the film’s antagonist Tom McGregor has to use an adrenaline auto-injector after being pelted […]
13th March 2018
Following further reports from our supporters of concerns about the availability of EpiPen® in the UK, the Anaphylaxis Campaign have contacted Mylan who distribute EpiPen® in the UK for further updates regarding a supply issue. Mylan have confirmed with us that Junior EpiPens® are unaffected. However, there are supply constraints of Senior EpiPen® due to […]