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Promising results as Viaskin Peanut trial in peanut-allergic toddlers concludes 14th June 2022

A recent trial by DBV Technologies has produced promising results for very young children with peanut allergies and their families. The trial assessed whether Viaskin Peanut – an immunotherapy skin patch – was safe, and if it worked for children

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Study highlights importance of new peanut allergy treatments 31st May 2022

New research investigating the emotional impact of living with a peanut allergy has empathised the importance of exploring potential treatments. The study entitled Exploring Health-Related Quality of Life Burden in Peanut Allergy and the Potential Benefit of Oral Immunotherapy: Estimation

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New clinical trial from the Natasha Allergy Research Foundation 18th May 2022

Congratulations to the Natasha Allergy Research Foundation, which is running a new clinical trial in oral immunotherapy, focusing on children with milk and peanut allergies. The research will investigate whether these allergies can be effectively treated with everyday foods instead

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Charity launches new course to safeguard hospital patients with allergies 25th April 2022

An anaphylaxis charity which offers training and support on food allergy safety has today (25 April) launched a brand-new online e-learning course for hospital ward staff. The Anaphylaxis Campaign, which already provides several free and paid for allergy courses for

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Anxiety and post traumatic stress in adults with and without food allergy – study responses needed 17th January 2022

Researchers at Aston University are conducting research on anxiety in adults with food allergy as part of a Psychology project. What is this study about? The aim of this study is to understand if there are differences in levels of

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Nutricia Paediatric’s statement on the availability of specialist formula 2nd April 2020

With concerns from the allergic community about the lack of availability of FreeFrom and alternative foods during the coronavirus pandemic, The Anaphylaxis Campaign would like to share the following statement from Nutricia Paediatric regarding the availability of specialist formula: For

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New Study Finds that Peanut Allergies are Affected by Exercise and Sleep Deprivation 18th September 2019

A new study funded by the Food Standards Agency has found that exercise and sleep deprivation can make people with peanut allergies more sensitive. The allergy research team at Addenbrooke’s Hospital discovered that each of these factors can significantly reduce

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Mohammed Abdul Kuddus and Harun Rashid found guilty of manslaughter following the death of Megan Lee 26th October 2018

Today Mohammed Abdul Kuddus and Harun Rashid have been found guilty of manslaughter after failing to discharge general health and safety duty to a person other than an employee and of contravening or failing to comply with EU provision concerning

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Statement on the Trial of Mohammed Abdul Kuddus and Harun Rashid following the death of Megan Lee 4th October 2018

Today Mohammed Abdul Kuddus and Harun Rashid are appearing before Manchester Crown Court having been charged with manslaughter and charges of breaking various food safety food requirements, following the death of 15-year old Megan Lee. Megan had eaten food from

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