Several factors predict persistent cow's milk allergy

05/27/2010 | Medscape (free registration)

Children who get an immediate reaction or who have asthma or other food allergies are more likely to have a persistent allergy to cow's milk, a study found. Researchers said the factors were independent predictors and may help define the probability that a child will recover from an allergy to cow's milk.

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