There are tonnes of allergy organisations out there who offer specialist support and information. To save you the trouble of looking them up, we've listed some of the ones we think might be useful below.
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established in 1978 to help those suffering from any kind of allergy. Its aim is to advance understanding, awareness and recognition of allergic medical conditions and allergy-related illness, and the actions needed for research, diagnosis and treatment.
the leading national patient charity for people living with all types of allergy. Working with government, professional bodies, Healthcare Professionals and corporates to help improve the lives of the millions of people with allergic disease.
The main objective of the BASC is to alleviate the psychological, physical and social effects that an altered image can have on someone’s life by the simple application of specialised skin camouflage products.
enhances the lives of individuals with food allergies empowering them to lead safe, productive lives with the respect of others through education and advocacy initiatives and improved awareness around healthcare options and treatment.
The Institute for Complementary and Natural Medicine
The Institute for Complementary and Natural Medicine (ICNM) exists to provide the public with information on complementary and alternative medicine. It launched the British Register of Complementary Practitioners (BRCP) 20 years ago, making it one of the country’s longest-running multi-disciplinary Register of complementary practitioners.The ICNM believes there are many approaches to health and healing and continues to promote the integration of conventional and complementary medicine.