We are the leading Allergy Platform for you is the first Swiss Digital Platform for B2B & B2C dedicated to allergy professionals and consumers. Allergies are common and occur when your immune system reacts to a foreign substance. On this platform, you will find some tips and as you learn more, managing allergies will become part of your daily life!

Swissallergy features and covers allergies and intolerances such as food allergies, pollen, mold/fungi, asthma, rhinitis, dust mites, animal dander, pet allergies, insects & venoms, skin allergy, hay fever, sun allergy, atopic dermatitis, drug and medication, latex, gluten & lactose (celiac) intolerances, eczema, urticaria, asthma, rhinitis, rhino-sinusitis, eye allergies, desensitization, anaphylaxis & angioedema, perfume and cosmetic allergies.

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Professionals (Doctors, Clinics and Hospitals, Pharmacies and Drugstores)

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Articles related to allergy and partnering with the most important allergy associations

What we provide

Allergy News

Our goal is to engage with patients providing immediate healthcare information through their laptops, tablets and smartphones. We share the latest Allergy News to support today’s customers desire to access digital healthcare information. We focus our attention on patient needs and how to improve quality of life!

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Join our Doctors Forum and exchange your experience​​

Join the Swiss largest Allergy professional network of +20,000 doctors. You can start lively discussions in the Forum, dedicated to giving members the chance to be heard, update your medical knowledge and receive quick responses to your clinical and non-clinical questions. Browse a wide range of resources including blogs, articles, reviews and videos.

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Connect with colleagues, exchange your experiences and follow the recent trends!


Stay on top of the latest medical news in the allergy sector!


Publish your latest research, get in touch with associates, and receive feedback!


Debate, confront, and exchange articles and scientific work to get another point of view!

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The Medical Network for Allergy Professionals ​​

Swissallergy is the largest community of Allergy Professionals in Switzerland where scientific news and learnings can be exchanged to improve the quality of life of people who have allergies.

As a member of the Swissallergy Forum, you will be able to post, share knowledge, network, follow topics, discuss on latest publications, connect with other members and more. The B2B Forum covers more than 20.000 professionals including Doctors, Pharmacies & Drugstores, Clinics, and Hospitals. Swissallergy is part of the Rang Group, editor of the well-established magazine ‘’Allergies & Intolérances’’ / ‘’Allergien & Intoleranzen’’ published once a year for more than 20 years in the area of allergies and available in both German and French.

By registering to participate on our Forum, you are opting in to receive email newsletters containing allergy news, research updates, and event invitations. After registration, you may also opt out of our newsletter at any time. Get listed as an Allergy expert and become more visible for your patients.

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a Magazine that connects readers!

Our stories are made to empower health!

“Allergies & Intolerances” is both a digital and paperback issue of the magazine designed to educate people about allergies, intolerances, and treatments. The print version is published once a year, and we distribute issues to:


Medical support

Successful collaborations from our Healthcare Professionals to improve the patient experience, and deliver better patient outcomes

Prof. Peter Schmid Grendelmeier
Dr. Michael Hofer
Dr. Anette Leimgruber-Bosset
Prof. Barbara Ballmer-Weber
Dr. Amélie Borgeat
Dr. Bernard Clot
Dr. Lionel Arlettaz
Dr. Peter Eng
Dr. Regula Gehrig
Prof. Yan Guex Crosier

Prof. Arthur Helbling
Dr. Andreas Jung
Prof. Jean-Silvain Lacroix
Dr. Emmanuel Laffitte
Prof. Roger Lauener
Dr. Michel Seppey
Prof. Francois Spertini
Dr. Philipp Spring
Dr. Philip Taramarcaz
Prof. Johannes Wildhaber


Popular Questions

We have answered some of the most commonly asked questions

Unfortunately, no! You can treat and control the symptoms; however, this condition cannot be cured. Additionally, you will need to investigate your environment and make necessary lifestyle changes to stay away from things that trigger an allergic reaction. While medications may alleviate the symptoms, you may still experience a reaction when around an allergen.

Even though these two appear to be similar, headache, fatigue, watery eyes, runny nose, congestion, and sneezing are more common with allergies. Allergy symptoms have a pattern, which isn’t the case with a cold. Also, an allergic reaction happens suddenly, and you get to experience a variety of symptoms at once.

“Hypo” means less than, and it applies to a product that is less likely to cause you an allergic reaction. A lot of chemicals we use nowadays can trigger a skin allergy. When we expose our skin to these compounds, we end up with contact dermatitis. If you notice “hypoallergenic” on the label, it means that the product is free of those compounds.

Anaphylaxis is a sudden, severe and life-threatening allergic reaction. Fortunately, the majority of allergic reactions won’t develop into anaphylaxis. Latex, medications, foods, and insect stings are the most common allergens that cause anaphylaxis reaction.

Pollen is a common allergen, causing a variety of symptoms to appear. We would usually assume that pollen mostly comes from flower buds and trees; however, that’s not true. Plans such as weeds, grass, and particular types of trees, like hickory, hazel, and oak are more likely to cause an allergic reaction.


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regardless of distance

If you’re suffering from allergies and searching how to improve your quality of life or how your new treatment has improved, this app keeps it simple, and it comes with a strong community of doctors and other health professionals. Find your nearest specialist from the comfort of your device, and engage through articles, audio, and videos.

Users can choose from expert-created articles that cover every type of allergy, including pollen, hay fever, asthma, rhinitis, pet dander, eczema, eye and skin allergy, food allergy, lactose and gluten sensitivity. It is also a great source for information about coronavirus and prevention measures, and you also get access to healthy recipes to help you eat right and live a healthier life !

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