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Persistent cow's milk allergy with attacks of anaphylaxis
S. Khan,  20 June 2019
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AbstractThe most common food protein causing allergy in infants and young children is cows milk, but persistence of this allergy into adulthood is rare. It is estimated that 2-3% of the general population suffers from cows milk allergy (CMA), but reports of anaphylaxis in adulthood are limited. This case report discusses persistence of CMA with several anaphylaxis episodes in a 12-year-old girl who had allergic reactions from 6 months of age. She is a
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