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I just found this site today. I was looking to see if anything had been done about my allergy to peanuts and other nuts. I must say that I am touched by all of your concern for your children. I just...
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This looks like an informative report: [url="http://doh.gov.uk/pub/docs/doh/peanut.pdf"]doh.gov.uk/pub/docs/doh/peanut.pdf[/url]
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Juat as I thought things were going so well, Tanox decided they don't want to pay for my travel expenses to get to a test site after all. Apparently they will only pay travel expenses for one person...
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Did anyone else read about this research? It was in our local paper last week. I thought it was interesting. It seems that our overly clean society could be one of the the reasons for the recent...
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Last week I contacted Dr. Hugh Sampson (of the clinical research anti Ige trials for peanut allergy) asking where I could find medical literature pertaining to his studies. He responded: Dear Ms....
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Tanox, Inc. Receives Grant From The Peanut Foundation for Clinical Studies On Peanut Allergies Pharmaceutical Company Conducting Patient Trials Across U.S. HOUSTON, June 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Tanox, Inc...
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Here's a link to an article in the Cincinnati Enquirer about a possible treatment for intestinal problems caused by food allergies - won't help the breathing difficulties/blood pressure drop aspect...
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I heard probly 5 months ago that their testing a vaccination on people in Colorado and in New York and it's a 6 months study. Does anyone know what thats about or what is coming of it?
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Click on or go to this address: [url="http://www.bmj.com/cgi/content/full/320/7247/1441"]http://www.bmj.com/cgi/content/full/320/7247/1441[/url] ------------------ Stay Safe, [email]"Chris@...
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Check out [URL=http://www.aaaai.org[/URL] It has a news release regarding outgrowing a peanut allergy. It's under the heading "New research on alternative therapies and food allergy" dated 3/7/00...
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I am a serious student doing a science fair project on genetically modified foods. I am concerned with loveones, with serious peanut allergies. I would appreciate if anyone who has information on...
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Here's an interesting internet study: [url="http://www.medecine.unige.ch/~eigenman/index_e.htm"]http://www.medecine.unige.ch/~eigenman/index_e.htm[/url]
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I urge those of us who wonder what all these different types of intolerance/reactions to different foods are to go to the following URL: [url="http://onhealth.com/ch1/resource/othersources/item,...
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At the 1999 American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Annual Meeting held in Chicago, Nov 11-17th, among the New Findings in Food Allergy Research presentation, Dr Sami Bahna reported on...
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How do I obtain information on research being done on peanut allergies. A relitive wishs to donate money on behalf of my PA child, but she specifically wants to donate to an organization working on...
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Pediatr Allergy Immunol 1999 Feb;10(1):27-32 Exposure to peanuts in utero and in infancy and the development of sensitization to peanut allergens in young children. Frank L, Marian A, Visser M,...
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Michelle (Australia) e mailed this to post for her, as she is having trouble posting (we are working to figure out why she is having trouble posting). She wrote>>>> I've created a webpage...
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ACAAI (Amer. College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology is hosting an International Food Allergy Symposium on Thursday, November 11, 1999 at the Hyatt Regency, Chicago. It appears that unlike FAN's...
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"Researchers are looking for Peanut Allergic individuals between 18-60 years of age to participate in a study to determine whether multiple subcutaneous anti-IGE shots are safe and tolerable for...
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The following site may provide you with very pertinent and intesting studies on research done regarding peanut and other allergies. Try the following: [url="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/PubMed"]http...
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