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Cure found for peanut allergy
Doctors develop therapy for potentially deadly allergy
Feeding children tiny amounts of peanuts over a long period may cure them of one of childhood’s most deadly allergies, new research suggests.
American scientists conducted tests on 33 children, feeding them tiny amounts ofpeanutand building this up. After 10 months of treatment, all but four could tolerate peanuts.
Previously thesechildrenwere at risk of extremeanaphylacticreactions, and even death.
Thetherapymust be carried out under medical supervision and parents should not try this at home, reports the Telegraph. The researchers recommend starting with as little as one-thousandth of a peanut sprinkled on food, gradually building this up to around 15 nuts.
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