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Any Level 6/100++ out there?
Got back test results for the boys today on their peanut allergy and if we weren't scared witless before, now we are just terrified beyond words. A normal reaction is 0.3, that's 3/10 of 1 percent. Alex scored a 25 on the RAST and Aaron 100++ making them a Level 4 and Level 6, meaning almost certain death for Aaron if he ever comes into contact with peanuts and definitely a life threatening reaction for Alex. Anyone have a Level 6/100++ child too?
Mark D. Hill
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