Hear about the medical conferences we attended this past month where we learned more about food allergy research, and helped to ensure food allergy remained top of mind across other healthcare sectors. Check out what’s new in research including the role of antihistamines in anaphylaxis and learn how you can participate in the latest research studies. Plus, show your support for the CHILD Cohort Study video and read our latest mythbuster.
Advocacy and research: Keeping updated on the latest research insights and elevating your voice through conferences we’ve attended
Check out highlights from the healthcare conferences we participated in this past month, where we presented the patient perspective of living with this medical condition and spoke about the National Food Allergy Action Plan…
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Weiteres von Food Allergy Canada
- Mythbuster – Food allergy cannot be outgrown – fact or fiction?
- EpiPen advisory update
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- Mythbuster – Can antihistamines and asthma medications be used instead of epinephrine to treat anaphylaxis?
- Mythbuster – Are all allergy-inducing foods required to be listed on food labels?
- Mythbuster – Is only one dose of epinephrine needed to treat an anaphylactic reaction?
- Latest news from Food Allergy Canada – September 2019
- Advocacy and research – November 2019
- Light The Way: Shine a teal light on food allergy this Halloween