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Anaphylaxis Project

Food allergy represents the first cause of anaphylaxis in children. Clinical manifestations can involve different organs and apparatus and are not easily recognizable, which is why there is an underestimation of cases of anaphylaxis

School Educational Project

In recent years the incidence of food allergy in school-age children has increased. Given these numbers, it is probable that school personnel will find themselves to be responsible for managing students at risk of serious allergic reactions

Quality of Life Project

Food allergy in individuals of a young age brings with it strong limitations on family, school and recreational activity, with a significant impact on the perception of general well-being and important emotional issues.

Nutritional Surveillance Programme

The programme which follows children with food allergy was initiated in order to evaluate the possible lack of macro and micro-elements that play a role in such a pathology, particularly during the exclusion dietary.

European ComplexDis Project

The hypothesis that supports this new project is that the complexity theory could be used to find the underlying mechanisms of diseases and therefore utilized in order to develop predictive models of complex diseases

Desensitization Protocol

Desensitization is defined as a transient state of tolerance in which the subject at the moment is not reactive to the allergen for which it is sensitive. This is due to the continued exposure to small doses of antigen. This Protocol aims to determine whether the desensitization therapy whit cow's milk may induce acquisition of oral tolerance has a long-term and not just a temporary state of desensitization. This study will be later extended to other food allergens.

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