Abbreviations used:BA (Black African), ECD (Early child development), FA (Food allergy), FS (Food sensitization), MA (Mixed ancestry), OFC (Oral food challenge), SPT (Skin prick test)
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Supported by the Medical Research Council of South Africa, National Research Foundation of South Africa, Mylan , Thermo Fisher , Nestle , Cipla , Aspen , Pharma Dynamics , Astellas , Beiersdorf , Novartis , Nutricia , MSD , Takeda , and AstraZeneca .
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