Evidence that eating baked egg or milk influences egg or milk allergy resolution: a systematic review

@article{Lambert2017EvidenceTE,
  title={Evidence that eating baked egg or milk influences egg or milk allergy resolution: a systematic review},
  author={Rachel Lambert and Kate E. C. Grimshaw and Bartlett Ellis and Jaya Jaitly and Graham C Roberts},
  journal={Clinical \& Experimental Allergy},
  year={2017},
  volume={47},
  pages={829 - 837}
}
It has been proposed that the frequent ingestion of baked hen's egg or cow's milk accelerates the resolution of hen's egg or cow's milk allergy. This practice is being introduced into clinical practice. 

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