Dietary prevention of allergic diseases in infants and small children

@article{Hst2008DietaryPO,
  title={Dietary prevention of allergic diseases in infants and small children},
  author={A. H{\o}st and S. Halken and A. Muraro and S. Dreborg and B. Niggemann and R. Aalberse and S. H. Arshad and A. von Berg and K. Carlsen and Karel Dusch{\'e}n and P. Eigenmann and D. Hill and C. Jones and M. Mellon and G{\"o}ran Oldeus and A. Oranje and C. Pascual and S. Prescott and H. Sampson and M. Svartengren and U. Wahn and J. Warner and Y. Vandenplas and M. Wickman and R. Zeiger},
  journal={Pediatric Allergy and Immunology},
  year={2008},
  volume={19}
}
Because of scientific fraud four trials have been excluded from the original Cochrane meta‐analysis on formulas containing hydrolyzed protein for prevention of allergy and food intolerance in infants. Unlike the conclusions of the revised Cochrane review the export group set up by the Section on Paediatrics, European Academy of Allergology and Clinical Immunology (SP‐EAACI) do not find that the exclusion of the four trials demands a change of the previous recommendations regarding primary… Expand
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