How to test for an immediate food allergy

09:57 EDT 8 Aug 2014 | British Medical Journal

A new rational testing article, published on, looks at how to diagnose an immediate food allergy. Mabel Chew, The BMJ's practice editor, is joined by Cathal Steele from the Belfast Trust Regional Immunology Service - they discuss which tests are appropriate, and the common pitfalls in diagnosis. Read the full...

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