Peanut allergy could be beaten by building up tolerance, Sky News
23rd July 2021
Sky News covers the year long research program where children were gradually given increasing amounts of peanut protein which saw that the children who were not normally able to tolerate exposure to even a tenth of a single peanut could eventually cope with two whole peanuts, the trial found.
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