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An experimental immunotherapy treatment that introduces peanut protein in small doses to those who suffer peanut allergies to desensitize their immune systAn experimental immunotherapy treatment that introduces peanut protein in small doses to those who suffer peanut allergies to desensitize their immune syst

A Promising Peanut Allergy Treatment May Actually Be Doing More Harm Than Good | IFLScience

Contrary to what you might have heard, eating tiny amounts of peanuts does not appear to help a person with a peanut allergy build up a tolerance in the real world, according to a recent review by researchers in Canada, the U.S. and Italy.Contrary to what you might have heard, eating tiny amounts of peanuts does not appear to help a person with a peanut allergy build up a tolerance in the real world, according to a recent review by researchers in Canada, the U.S. and Italy.

Feeding small amounts of peanuts to children to cure them of their allergy increases the risk of them suffering a dangerous anaphylactic shock by three-fold in the year after treatment, a major review has found.Feeding small amounts of peanuts to children to cure them of their allergy increases the risk of them suffering a dangerous anaphylactic shock by three-fold in the year after treatment, a major review has found.

Giving peanuts to children to cure allergy raises risk of anaphylactic shock, study finds

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A study by McMaster University in Canada shows that compared with avoiding peanuts, attempts to desensitize children in the 'real world' promote allergic reactions.A study by McMaster University in Canada shows that compared with avoiding peanuts, attempts to desensitize children in the 'real world' promote allergic reactions.

Do NOT give peanuts to children to cure their allergy, study warns | Daily Mail Online

Immunotherapy for peanut allergies can increase risk of anaphylaxis, and might not have a significant effect on quality of life, a new study suggests.Immunotherapy for peanut allergies can increase risk of anaphylaxis, and might not have a significant effect on quality of life, a new study suggests.

Oral peanut allergy treatment boosts anaphylaxis risk, says study