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arrow Nestlé Nutrition Institute Young Researcher Award 2017

05-04-2017
To award research advancement in the field of maternal and paediatric nutrition that will impact the health of pregnant and lactating women, and of children in Malaysia
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arrow 4th World PI Week: It is not just another cold

  22-04-2014
Seven days of global action to take primary immunodeficiencies out of the shadow
22nd‐29th of April 2014 – For the fourth consecutive year, the primary immunodeficiencies (PI) community joins forces to celebrate World Primary Immunodeficiency Week (WPIW). On this occasion patients, healthcare professionals, and the general public gather together for seven days to call for increased awareness of this devastating condition and mobilize to take it out of the shadow through concerted global action.
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arrow NNI Young Researcher Award 2014

24-02-2014
MSAI would like to encourage our researchers, especially the young ones to apply for this award. Please find included more information about the Young Researcher Award from Nestle Nutrition Institute.
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arrow Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri - Maaf Zahir dan Batin

  06-08-2013
The Malaysian Society of Allergy and Immunology would like to wish its members and visitors of the website Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri - Maaf Zahir dan Batin.
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arrow NNI Young Researcher Award

29-01-2013
MSAI would like to encourage our researchers, especially the young ones to apply for this award.
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arrow Parasites may protect against allergies

  10-04-2012
(Reuters Health) - Children infected with hookworm or other intestinal parasites may be less likely than uninfected children to have allergies, a new research review finds.
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