One thing is certain; allergies do not discriminate regarding race, religion, or ethnicity, and it is a problem that has been increasing in numbers all over the world. Fortunately, there are many international institutions working on this issue, studying this growing phenomenon, and collating the data collected from health centres all over the world in the hope that scientists, researchers, and academics can come up with some sort of positive solution to this global problem.
There are many health organizations around the world whose members are made up of the best professionals in the fields of medicine, healthcare, research, and documentation and who are trying their best to collect pertinent data about diseases including allergies from all over the globe. This kind of patients organization like the World Health Organization, the International Alliance of Patients' Organizations or IAPO in the United Kingdom, Australia, etc., and the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology or EAACI to name a few represent patients from around the globe and try to promote quality healthcare through many grass root communities. Irrespective of their size, each group helps each other through developing basic infrastructure, sharing of knowledge and data, and latest skills about the risks of dangerous diseases that could spread across communities.
Many of the patient's organization in well-developed nations have tie-ups with pharmaceutical companies and work with them in distributing urgent drugs needed to help the afflicted. They gather patient data and case studies to help their colleagues worldwide to curtail any kind of pandemic quickly without causing too much distress to the affected population. This type of help has worked wonders in cases of HIV, pneumonia, and other diseases which can spread through villages or communities rapidly with no early warning of any kind. Any kind of help from the decision makers of these countries with the manpower, research facilities, and money can help to improve lives of patients of poorer countries who do not have the needed infrastructure and funds to help their citizens.
Patients organization like the EAACI have been in the business for over 60 years and during that time period have built up excellent rapport and relationships with important people, companies, and researchers to help them in the struggle against allergic and immunologic causes and diseases. They have worked hard to improve the welfare of patients in Europe and around the world, in countries that do not have the money or knowhow to keep their people safe from these diseases. In the end, all they are trying to do is to keep countries, rich and poor from disease and work towards sharing and getting an opportunity for a better and healthy life.
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