Palisade Study, BBC News
24th June 2021
BBC News covers the Palisade study and the impact it has on children who suffer with nut allergies and their families. Professor George du Toit, UK chief investigator for Palisade study, said: “The results of this ground-breaking study are very promising and suggest that we will be able to protect children who are allergic to peanuts from having a severe reaction after accidental exposure”.
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