volume 4, issue 4, P392-400 2016
DOI: 10.1002/iid3.120
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Abstract: AbstractIntroductionInvolvement of cofactors, like physical exercise, alcohol consumption and use of several types of medication, are associated with more severe food allergic symptoms. However, there is limited evidence on how often cofactors play a role in food allergic reactions. The study aimed to get more insight into the frequency of exposure to cofactors and how often cofactors are associated with more severe symptoms in food allergic patients.MethodsA questionnaire was completed by patients visiting th…

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