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Summer of TAG- Canadian Race Car driver Alex Tagliani in Vancouver on May 7th and Edmonton May 8th" as he visits local allergy clinics.
April 17, 2015Anaphylaxis Canada is pleased to be working again with Canadian race car driver, Alex Tagliani, as Alex’s charity of choice. Having food allergies himself, Alex knows first-hand what it takes to safely manage his allergies, both at home and on the race track. In partnership with Pfizer Canada (Canadian distributor of EpiPen®), Alex is supporting the launch of the Summer of TAG (Treating Allergies with Genuine Care), an exciting initiative to promote food allergy awareness and safety.
The Summer of TAG will kick off with Alex’s visits to allergy clinics in Vancouver, Edmonton and Halifax starting this May. Join Alex and local allergy experts, Dr. Edmond Chan and Anaphylaxis Canada, for an interactive and informative session on how to safely manage food allergies.
March 10, 2015A new study is underway at McGill University Health Centre in Montreal which looks at the role genes play in the development of food allergy.
Our research team, led by Dr. Moshe Ben-Shoshan of the division of allergy and immunology at the Montreal Children's Hospital, part of the McGill University Health Centre, is looking at the role played by genes (many of which are the same between twins) in the development of food allergy. We would like to invite you to participate in a research study we are conducting.
Unlocking the mysteries of food allergy: what can we learn from research?
If you are interested in learning the latest on food allergies and anaphylaxis register today for our 2015 conference, taking place at the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto on Saturday May 23, 2015.
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