New Hope for Children with Peanut Allergies: Protein Can Help Two-Thirds of Allergy Sufferers
"These treatments really have the potential to transform people's lives. And I have seen it happen firsthand: the sense of relief [families] get when a child becomes desensitized." – Dr. Brian Vickery
A new study suggests peanut protein, administered daily in small doses, can help 2 out of 3 children who suffer from peanut allergies.
The study lasted a year and was funded by Aimmune Therapeutics. Scientists believe they will have approval for their treatment by next year.
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