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Parents have suggested the most important study, finding that partners can not usually be able to; suffer even a thirteen of the alloys to deal with two nuts full.
Children who suffered from a very serious cancer participated in the year-long year, where they were get more amounts of chew protein.
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A six-year-old girl who took part in the court said he had gone on; their life completely changed &
Sophie Pratt said: "Before Emily took part, we were uncomfortable to be more than twenty minutes away from hospital and I could not attend dates or game parties without me or the My husband was there.
"We needed to always check food labels to make sure that peanuts were killed by Emily.
Her luggage was very bad and so she could have a bit of pots to go to a very bad answer. The impact on family life was huge. "
The 44-year-old at the end of the year-round test said Emily was able to maintain about seven towels.
The PALISADE study received nearly 500 children aged between four and 17 from the USA and Europe to participate in the largest ever-tuned, lingerie treatment test.
The partners were divided into groups that found a capsule of cereal or solid powder protein.
Dose was gradually increased every fortnight for six months, before leaning on a "drainage" of pots for a further six months.
The findings, published in New England Journal of Medicine, found about 67% of children and adolescents infected at least 600 meters of peanut protein, compared to just four per cent of participants on & # 39; wild spot bucket.
Professor George du Toit, a pediatric microphone consultant at Evelina London and the survey's chief inspector, said: "Children's and their families are very difficult to administer the skin, because they need to & # 39; lean unnecessary diet.
"Families live in fear that they unfortunately appear, as cancer reagents can be very bad, and can result in death.
"Until recently, nothing has been done to calm and educate but only to avoid learning and to recognize himself and his / her psychotherapy on cancer concepts. "
Peanut, which is potentially hazardous to life, has doubled over the last two decades. affecting around 1 in 50 UK children.
The vitality is rarely made larger and the most common reason for the death of food allergy.
The PALISADE survey was funded by Aimmune Therapeutics, who will be able to do it; chemon protein used during the test, and carried out by researchers from Evelina London Children's Hospital and King's College of London.
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