Introduction

Data on allergic reactions to milk should be brought together for two reasons. First, over the past one hundred years have accumulated a lot of information. Secondly, clinicians seeking to help patients who are allergic to milk, different approaches to this disease, which often leads to Hyper-or under-diagnostics. Therefore, health workers need to have actual data and information about the existing points of view on this issue leading specialists.
It is the goal we set ourselves in the writing section. It is intended for a wide circle of readers, including doctors-clinical specialists of different profile, research workers, dieticians, nurses, medical students and zainteresovannyh representatives of the non-medical public. This requires us to collect data from many sources and present it in an accessible form. Presenting selected from the literature data, we in some sections inevitably Express their own attitude to the problem and got his point of view during the discussion of some controversial issues. Maybe available on this problem differences will serve as a stimulus for further research.
Writing, head of the "Pathogenesis", in particular, was facilitated by the work of many researchers, who skillfully used the available techniques and meticulously records of their observations. The reader will see that currently already paved the way to the understanding of the immune mechanisms of an Allergy to milk and food products in General. However, many questions still remain unclear.
For the reader-a layman most sections will be quite clear, in particular, the heads of the "Clinic", "Diagnostics", "Forecast", "Treatment" and "Prevention". The Annex provides a dairy-free recipes of dishes that do not contain and other common food allergens.
For professionals, in particular midwives, pediatricians, doctors and nutritionists, will be useful for the head of "Prevention", because these experts give advice on feeding of the child.
We hope that our work will help fight allergies to milk, contributing to an early recognition of the disease and its treatment, which ultimately will reduce physical and moral suffering and avoid unnecessary diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.