Small doses of peanut protein can turn allergies around

Most kids in a clinical trial could tolerate the equivalent of two large nuts after a year


ALLERGY RELIEF  Allergic children exposed to gradually increasing doses of peanut protein were eventually able to tolerate the equivalent of two nuts, a study finds.


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