It may soon be possible to reverse the increase in food allergy of the past few decades
IgE‐mediated food allergy is a significant public health problem in many countries, and its prevalence in Australia is the highest of any country.1 As no curative treatments are available in routine practice, effective prevention strategies are essential for managing the increasing burden. Modifying infant feeding practices has emerged as a key approach.
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