Dr. Carlos Sanchez finished his Bachelor Degree in Medicine in 1992, with
an extraordinary award for their qualifications. After completing his studies
and receiving his medical degree, he worked for one year in the Spanish
armed forces as a 2nd Lieutenant Doctor. He did his Fellow in Paediatric
during 1995-1998 in Cadiz University Hospital and the last year as Allergic
Paediatric Fellow in University Hospital “La Fe” in Valencia and 3 months in
St Thomas Hospital London and currently at Kings College Hospital, Dubai.
During his first years as a doctor, he was a Consultant Hospital Paediatric in
Spain, and later, in 2008, he was appointed Head of Paediatric Allergy
Department at the University Hospital of Cádiz, in southern Spain.
During the years 2008 to 2019, he developed the first paediatric allergy unit
of the hospital and began to carry out desensitization techniques in children
with food allergies, especially cow’s milk and hen´s eggs, managing to cure
cow’s milk allergy to 75 children and 25 children with an egg allergy. These
techniques are currently widely used in Spanish hospitals with a 90% cure
Dr. Carlos Sanchez has also been an Associate Professor of Paediatrics at
Cádiz School of Medicine for over 10 years, president of the Andalusian
Society of Paediatric Allergy and member of the Joint Board of the Spanish
Society of Paediatric Allergy and Asthma for 4 years. He was part of the
experts committee in severe asthma that advises several world laboratories
as well as the Spanish authorities and for 4 years he has been the director
of the Spanish group of paediatric anaphylaxis publishing the first guide to
action for children with anaphylaxis.