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What is a Pediatric Allergist?

December 2006



All allergists are able to care for children. To become an allergist, your doctor first trained in pediatrics (general care of children), internal medicine (general care of adults) or both. After that he/she studied the specialty of allergy and immunology. During this last phase, all doctors work with adults and children. A doctor that first trained in pediatrics then added studies in allergy and immunology is often more comfortable with small children. However, most allergists see adults and children and do a very good job of caring for both.


Approved by KFA Medical Advisory Team December 2006




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