Research to transform the lives of Australians living with allergic disease
Australia is the allergy capital of the world with more than five million people living with drug, food, insect and respiratory allergy. As the country’s peak allergy research body, we want to change that.
The National Allergy Centre of Excellence (NACE) will develop hubs for allergy research, repository & discovery, evidence & translation and training & innovation.
In collaboration with the National Allergy Council (NAC), our overarching aim is to save lives, improve health and reduce the burden of allergic disease.
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- Australia is considered the ‘allergy capital of the world’
- More than five million Australians are living with allergic disease
- Allergy diagnoses and hospital admissions for life-threatening allergic reactions continue to rise
- Allergies cost the Australian economy more than $10 billion each year