The First World Diagnosis of Allergy | Abstract
Journal of Allergy & Therapy

Journal of Allergy & Therapy
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ISSN: 2155-6121


The First World Diagnosis of Allergy

Arnaldo Cantani

Six infants were affected with intractable diarrhea and therefore admitted to our ward. That was the birth of allergy, which revolutionized the medical world. Such as Jobs changed our way of living, we insured to sick babies and children a new way of living with allergy, when not escaping it. The figures 1-3 show a rare microscopic appearance of the immune cells involved in an oral provocation test. About 40 years ago the whole world lived in the complete ignorance of allergy. We have made the first world diagnosis of allergy and of cow’s milk allergy (CMA) in six parenterally fed babies.