A new paediatric allergy clinic opens in Sydney

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Wed 22 July 2015

16 mins

Most people know a child who has an allergy… we all know not to pack peanut butter sandwiches in our child’s lunchbox.

4.1 million Australians have an allergic disease. That’s almost 20% of our population. Why so many?

In Glebe, Sydney a new specialist paediatric allergy clinic has opened to try and answer this question.

GUEST: Dr John Tan, Paediatric Allergist and Immunologist

WEBSITE: North Shore Paediatric Allergy Centre 

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