Allergy London will remain open during the current restrictions due to Coronavirus. We are able to offer consultations by telephone or Skype, where face to face consultations are not possible and we have a pharmacy service that will allow prescription medicines to be posted out (or prescriptions can be emailed/posted direct to you). Allergy testing […]
Professor Fox’s lecture highlighted the dramatic changes in the speciality of allergology over the course of his career with a focus on the work still needed to help make life safer and better for children with food allergies.
Fatal reactions to food are thankfully, incredibly rare. Despite a marked increase in recent years in the number of severe allergic reactions being treated in hospital, there does not appear to have been an increase in deaths from anaphylaxis. It is important to remember that anaphylaxis is uncommon in children with food allergy and that […]
It gives us great pleasure to announce that Kings College London has appointed Dr Adam Fox as a Professor of Paediatric Allergy. Professor Fox will take up his new role as of 1st September 2019. This promotion reflects his achievements in both clinical and academic medicine as well as in education and clinical leadership. Professor Fox will continue […]
Recently I had the opportunity to act as an expert witness at a coroner’s inquest into the death of a young man who died of anaphylaxis in school. Fortunately, fatal anaphylaxis is extremely rare but tragically when it does happen, there are always lessons to be learnt. It is enormously important to identify these lessons […]
Dr Adam Fox has scooped one of the 29 ‘Top Doctors of 2018’ awards’ – an initiative developed to help patients identify the UK’s best specialists, by the global TopDoctors website. The award recognises leading Doctors for their training, qualifications, skill and care and is achieved via a rigorous selection process. Those who are nominated […]
With the tree pollen season in full swing, soon the grass pollen will follow – many of you will have already begun to experience the associated hay fever symptoms. Whilst it is virtually impossible to avoid pollens completely, there are various simple, yet practical steps you can take in order to reduce your exposure, and […]