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Food Allergy Treatments - Where are we at? Free Webinar – 13 March 2019

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Are you interested in hearing more about OIT, the peanut patch and other treatments for food allergy? Want to know where we are at in Australia in the development of allergy treatments? How effective are they and who can access them?

A&AA 13 March WebcastIn a survey Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia conducted last year, an overwhelming amount of you said that you wanted to hear more about treatments for food allergies. Now, Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia are excited to bring you the first of three live webinars we will be hosting in 2019.

On March 13, Join Doctor Paxton Loke - Paediatric Allergist and Immunologist at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) and Melbourne Allergy Centre and Children’s Specialists Medical Group - in a live presentation about the latest food allergy treatments, how they work, what risks are involved and how they might improve quality of life. 

The best thing? You can attend the event from the comfort from your own home! That’s right – the webinar will be broadcast online, meaning that it is accessible to all.

Have questions for a leading allergist and researcher? Dr Loke will present for roughly 45 minutes, leaving some time at the end for a live Q&A with the audience. Please note, questions will be limited.

So, if you want to know the latest on Allergy Treatment – register yourself for our first webinar today! We hope to catch you online.


When: Wednesday, 13 March 2019

Time: 7:30pm – 8:30pm


Cost: Complimentary

How to register:

It’s easy – select the button below and fill in the prompts. As this is an online event, there are no limitations on the number of attendees, however you must register to attend the webinar. Registrations are open up until 24 hours before broadcast.

Register Now!

Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia would like to acknowledge the unrestricted education grant from Mylan which has enabled us to produce this webinar.


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