In this hour-long Q&A, leading paediatric allergy consultant, Professor Adam Fox takes questions on all things food allergy.

Topics covered include: the link between asthma and food allergy, the importance of managing eczema in food allergic children and the risk posed by airborne allergens (such as peanuts being eaten on a plane).

Prof Fox talks about the best age to embark on peanut de-sensitisation programmes and answers questions on weaning, introducing allergens to babies and whether infants should be screened for allergies if their older siblings react to certain foods. 

Adam Fox is Professor of Paediatric Allergy at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospitals and past president of the British Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology and has given up his time for free to help allergy families.

The live Q&A was held on 25th March 2022 but you can watch it again here.

The cost is £20 (£10 for subscribers to our newsletter).

Previous feedback about our webinars with Prof Fox:

“ It was wonderful to have definite, professional answers.” Stephanie

“I am sure you will all be inundated with thank you messages. The webinar with Professor Fox was fascinating. Really good to watch and listen to.” Rhona

“A massive thank you for organising this. Such an interesting and useful webinar and so well presented.” Lucy

“Another brilliant event by The Allergy Team, always so much knowledge to take away.” Lara

Professor Fox has given up his time for free to help us support families.

The webinar will be held on Zoom and the recording made available afterwards.

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