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|Eligible Ages||N/A - 10 Years|
Inclusion Criteria:1. Children <10 yrs of age. 2. Proven IgE-mediated CMA. 3. >2500g at birth. 4. > 37 weeks gestation. 5. Written informed consent provided by parent(s)/guardian.
Exclusion Criteria:1. Infants/children with severe concurrent illness (other than food allergy/CMA) 2. Investigator's uncertainty about the willingness or ability of the subject to comply with the protocol requirements. 3. Participation in other studies involving use of milk replacement products designed to treat/manage CMA within two weeks prior to entry into this study. 4. Current participation in OIT to Cow's Milk. 5. Diagnosis of anaphylaxis to Cow's Milk. 6. Diagnosis of rice allergy
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|Dr. Schär AG / SPA|
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A prospective, multi-centre double blind randomised placebo-controlled study to demonstrate the safety and tolerance of a new rice-based hydrolysate in children with diagnosed Cow's Milk Allergy (CMA). The test product being a new milk substitute hydrolysed rice-based formula with new ingredient. The results will satisfy the safety requirement when tolerated by 90% of children with proven CMA, with a confidence of 95%. New, and previously diagnosed children with confirmed CMA who meet the inclusion criteria will be eligible to participate in the study. Those included in the intervention phase will have IgE testing and an oral food challenge (OFC) to test and placebo products, in a randomised double-blind design. Children with a negative reaction to both test and placebo products will receive the test product for a period of 7 days (open challenge).
Experimental: New Rice-based hydrolysate
The TEST formula is a new Rice-based hydrolysate with new ingredient.
Placebo Comparator: Amino-acid based formula
The PLACEBO is an Amino-acid based formula.
Other: - New Rice-based hydrolysate
A rice-based hydrolysed infant formula with new ingredient
Other: - Amino Acid-based infant formula
An amino acid-based infant formula
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