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Istanbul/Zurich, 12 June 2011

How do you feel?  The psychological impact of food allergy.

Istanbul/Zurich, 12 June 2011 - Perceived quality of life is worse for those with food allergy than those with diabetes because they live in a state of uncertainty, new research shows. Dr Anthony Dubois of the Beatrix Children's Hospital, The Netherlands, used a new psychological test to measure ‘health-related quality of life’ (HRQL) of food allergic patients, and compared them with those with type I diabetes.

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