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Preliminary research results
Hi PA families!
A while ago I had posted a message looking for participants for a questionnaire-based study of children with PA and their families. I presented the preliminary results at the National Conference on Child Health in April.
A copy of the poster is available (I am not able to attach it here) by e-mail for anyone who is interested.
The data is based on 37 families, many who learned about the study from this website.
Here are some highlights from the discussion section:
"In this study of a small group of children with peanut allergy, parental responses indicated a relationship between several variables pertaining to their child
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