Supporting people living with Anaphylaxis & food allergies

Through scientific research, education & public awareness

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Making a difference

IMPROVING THE LIVES OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH ANAPHYLAXIS
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What’s your emergency plan?

MINIMISING RISK FROM ACCIDENTAL EXPOSURE TO FOOD ALLERGENS
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Supporting medical research

LOOKING FOR SOLUTIONS TO HELP FUTURE GENERATIONS

Anaphylaxis

Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening, allergic reaction. In food allergic patients it may be caused by eating specific foods that provoke a severe reaction. The most common food allergens are peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, milk, wheat, fish and shellfish.

How common is anaphylaxis?

How common is anaphylaxis?
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Latest News

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Our foundation has developed with our school curriculum a cookbook especially for kids suffering from allergies.
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Professor Robyn O’Hehir from The Alfred Hospital Melbourne leads the exciting research to find the world’s first nut vaccine.