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NICE advises against alternative testing for food allergy in children

2011/028 NICE advises against alternative testing for food allergy in children

NICE has today (23 February) published the first evidence-based guideline on the diagnosis and assessment of food allergy in children and young people. Aiming to support GPs, nurses, healthcare professionals working in community/primary care and patients, it gives clear recommendations on the diagnosis and assessment of children and young people with suspected food allergy. It warns against the use of some alternative and high street testing.

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