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By williamsmummy on Tue, 12-12-06, 19:43

Learning early about peanut allergies.
If your child has eczema or egg allergy ,they hare at thigh risk of developing a serious peanut allergy.

you can help stop the allergic march.

St thomas' hospital (UK) are planning a new research study to determine teh best way of preventing peanut allergy in high risk children.
your child may be able to participate if they are
less than 11 months of age
suffer from eczema , egg allergy or both.

more info
020 7188 9784

[email]info@leapstudy.co.uk[/email]

please pass this info on to others you may think may be interested.

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