Allergy & Immunology - Recommended Websites

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Allergy & Immunology is a starting point for resources, texts, articles and authoritative information to support allergy and immunology residents, clinical researchers, fellows and physicians. The lists have been compiled by health librarians and physicians. Depending on your access, obtain fulltext documents by changing your browser settings for a VPN (virtual private network) or ezproxy. Speak to your local health librarian for assistance. Search Google scholar to locate articles that are open-access or freely-accessible.

Open databases & search tools

Textbooks & review articles

Endorsed websites

  • This website is a professional association of more than 5,000 allergists/immunologists whose mission is to promote excellence in the practice of allergy and immunology. ACAII fosters collaboration where its members work together towards the common goals of patient care, education, advocacy and research
  • This website educates families and communities with food allergy management strategies to save lives and improve the quality of life for children and their families. One of the unique ways is through its award-winning community of support website - the largest online community for families raising children with food allergies


Patient information

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