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Paul Turner focuses on the issue of precautionary allergy labelling and the changing regulations in different countries. Paul discusses the impact of precautionary allergy labelling (PAL) on the consumer, assessing what wording is the most and least effective on consumers with allergies.
Paul looks at recent surveys to see what healthcare professionals and regulatory bodies recommended to target the inconsistencies in labelling, and assess whether there is a better system to replace it altogether.
This lecture was part of the 'Allergy academy 9th food allergy study day' at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture: 24th June 2015
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