Anaphylaxis in the News

Posted on: Sun, 09/04/2005 - 11:09pm
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Except for the Toronto Sun one, all of them too late to catch, unless you're able to contact the media source and get a transcript or see if it's on-line at their various websites. My apologies. It seems as though Anaphylaxis Canada went wild this past week sending e-mails out in time for back-to-school and I couldn't keep up. At any rate, from Anaphylaxis Canada:-

Dear Registrant,

Thought you'd like to know about upcoming stories in the media.

Sesame Allergy

Pick up the Globe and Mail Friday Sept. 2 for an article on sesame allergy by
health reporter, Andre Picard. (Check out the health page.)

Tune into CTV National News with Lloyd Robertson at 11:00 p.m. (EST) this
evening, Thursday Sept. 1. Reporter Avis Favaro will cover a story on sesame
allergy as well. (Please note that the story might be re-scheduled, due to late
breaking news.)

Visit the CTV website for the story on-line, after it airs:

Food Allergies and Anaphylaxis

Watch for an article on food allergies and anaphylaxis in The Toronto Sun by
feature writer, Sandy Naiman. The story will appear in the news section on one
of the following days: Saturday, September 3, Sunday 4, or Monday 5.

You can also access the story on line at the Toronto Sun website:

Please note that our office will be closed Friday, September 2 and Monday,
September 5 for the long weekend - our last hurrah before the back-to-school
crunch !

Wishing you well,

Best wishes! [img][/img]

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