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NUH programme helps Singaporean children overcome persistent allergies
 

NUH programme helps Singaporean children overcome persistent allergies

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The National University Hospital plans to expand its Food Oral Immunotherapy programme – initially introduced to help children with persistent peanut allergies – to also provide treatment for other common allergens.
 
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6 Feb 2017 - General
 
This study has already been well evaluated in western centers. This study has been evaluated well in a study done in Cambridge and published in The Lancet( http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(13)62301-6/abstract), It can also be read on the cambridge site( http://www.cam.ac.uk/research/news/study-of-peanut-allergy-therapy-shows-84-per-cent-success) . I think this therapy appears to be quite effective and parents and patients would experience a improvement in quality of...
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Thank you for sharing the article Tahira Nawaz. There is an error in the title of the article it states "NUH programme helps Singaporean children overcome persistent allergies" which indicates that the program is only for Singapore citizens. I think the program is supposed to be for children who are in Singapore, but if children are overseas(e.g. Indonesia, Malaysia) and can afford to adhere to the regi...
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