• An Australian researcher may have developed a long-term cure for peanut allergies

    3 monthes ago - By National Post

    A major breakthrough in allergy treatment shows that a permanent cure for peanut allergy might be close. Eighty-two per cent of children with peanut allergies who underwent the clinical trial suddenly found themselves able to tolerate the killer nut.
    Prof. Mimi Tang of Murdoch Childrens Research Institute in Australia says she is “very excited about the results,” which would allow allergic kids to consume peanuts without fear of death. Effects from the treatment lasted for years from the original study - 80 per cent were still eating peanuts four years later.
    “This is a major step forward...
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