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iFAAM: Integrated Approaches to Food Allergen and Allergy Risk Management


iFAAM is the follow-on study to the EuroPrevall birth cohort study (known as PIFA in the UK- where we recruited within Hampshire, particularly focusing on Winchester and its surrounding areas).

Within EuroPrevall we assessed the development of food allergies in the first two years of life. We were able to identify why some children develop food allergies and other do not.

Within iFAAM we plan to reassess all children from the Europrevall study at school age to understand how older children are affected by food allergy and how this relates to other allergies such as asthma.

The study aims to find answers to the following questions:

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