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Environmental tobacco smoke exposure and risk of allergic sensitisation in children: a systematic review and meta-analysis
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    Re:Environmental tobacco smoke and effect on children

    Dear Editor,

    We thank Dr Williamson and Dr Odeka for their nice comments.

    Indeed, starting point of our research was my concern of chronically sick children exposed to parental smoking and developing asthma. Moreover, these children often seek for professional immunological care, while the explanation for their sickness is rather different from expectations of their parents.

    In fact, the pa...

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    Environmental tobacco smoke and effect on children

    Dr Editor, We read with interest the publication by Feleszko Ruszczynski M, Jaworska J et al on the effect of Environmental tobacco smoke exposure and risk of allergic sensitisation in children.

    As a trainer and my Paediatric ST3 in the North West deanery we write to thank you for the article referenced above. we found it very interesting read indeed and it has really enhanced the understanding of the risks of...

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