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Active anaphylaxis

Active anaphylaxis

reaction following inoculation of antigen in a subject previously sensitised to the specific antigen, in contrast to passive anaphylaxis.

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Sugar Allergy

... to be equating the word "allergy" to the extreme of sudden anaphylaxis with an outcome of death. Although that is one form of reaction, ... joke at work is that I can smell sugar from a mile away. I am a very active and in shap person for the amount of sweets I consume. You would never ...

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by SnazzyJ
Fri Dec 22, 2006 10:53 pm
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: Sugar Allergy
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