Allergic diseases represent a global health burden. Patients with allergic diseases may experience disability, reduced quality of life and productivity, emotional distress, and social restrictions, in particular in the most severe cases. Current advances in unveiling the pathogenesis of allergic disorders have paved the way for the development of novel therapeutic strategies. Biological drugs have been widely studied in pediatric allergic asthma, with strong evidence of efficacy and safety. Moreover, promising results derive from studies on other conditions such as atopic dermatitis, chronic spontaneous urticaria, and food allergy. The review analyzes recent evidence on the role of biologic therapies for allergic diseases, focusing on the pediatric age.
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