Mammalian meat allergy following tick bites

Tick bites can cause mild to life-threatening allergic reactions to mammalian meats such as beef, pork, lamb, kangaroo, goat and venison. 
The tick bites occur before any allergic reactions to mammalian meats. The allergic reactions to meat are typically delayed for 2-10 hours after eating the meat. 

For more see Mammalian Meat Allergy

In this podcast Dr David Lim talks with Clinical A/Prof Sheryl van Nunen about tick allergy.

Host: Dr David Lim, GP and Medical Educator

Total time: 33 mins

Guest: Clinical A/Prof Sheryl van Nunen, Allergist; Visiting Medical Officer, Department of Clinical Immunology and Allergy, Northern Beaches Hospital

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Content created September 2021

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