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Managing Cow's Milk Allergy (CMA) - do you support the gut microbiome? A series of cases from clinical practice

An OmniaMed educational webinar sponsored by Nutricia, with talks including:

  • Cow's Milk Allergy and the gut microbiome, what's the link? Lauren Mothershaw
  • The role of synbiotics going beyond Cow's Milk Allergy management - a case study Lisa Cooke
  • Using synbiotics in clinical practice - a case study Catherine Casewell

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  • Lisa Cooke - Head of Paediatric Dietetics, Nutrition and SALT,
  • Catherine Casewell - Specialist Paediatric Dietitian, Lauren Mothershaw - Medical Science Liaison for Paediatric Allergy, Nutricia

Date: 24th November 2021

Run time: 43:45

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