OK to have a peanut? New treatment could help children with life-threatening allergy
A recent article from Today Show discusses the success of an experimental treatment for those who have severe peanut allergies.
The experimental oral immunotherapy trial has shown promising results so far, though research is ongoing. It is estimated that 67% to 80% of patients were able to tolerate a peanut or more after completing the treatment.
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Up to 80% of patients were able to tolerate a peanut or more after completing the immunotherapy.