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Outcomes of Baked Milk and Egg Challenge in Cow's Milk and Hen's Egg Allergy: Can Tolerance Be Predicted with Allergen-Specific IgE and Prick-to-Prick Test?

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Summary of "Outcomes of Baked Milk and Egg Challenge in Cow's Milk and Hen's Egg Allergy: Can Tolerance Be Predicted with Allergen-Specific IgE and Prick-to-Prick Test?"

Adding baked food into the diets of patients with cow's milk allergy (MA) and hen's egg allergy (EA) has several benefits.

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Name: International archives of allergy and immunology
ISSN: 1423-0097
Pages: 1-10

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