A cure for peanut allergies?

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April 26, 2010

Researchers at Duke University and Arkansas Children's Hospital may have found once. In two small studies, they fed children with a peanut allergy a daily dose. Starting at one-thousandth of a nut per day, consumption gradually increased to about 15 nuts daily, which most children started to tolerate. While this therapy requires further study, it shows hope for all kids who aren't able to eat foods made with peanuts.

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