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Allergic diseases cause an increasingly large burden in developed countries and in urban areas of middleincome countries. Parasitic infections may induce allergic responses in humans, particularly soil-transmitted helminth (STH) infections that are prevalent in childhood in developing countries. Although soil-transmitted helminth infections have been associated with lower prevalence of allergen skin test reactivity, study outcomes remain inconclusive. Objective To analyze for an associationdoi:10.14238/pi53.1.2014.09 fatcat:pydnvm44tje5vdvkmw3zv56ihi