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what do the numbers mean?
My 3 year old son was rescently diagnosed with a peanut allergy after a contact reaction (he is a picky eatter and has always refused peanut butter as a look icky food). They did a blood test for dog and peanut allergy. Dog came in at 0.52 which they said was minor, peanut came in at 36.5 which they said was major. I have been trying to find info on the net about where the cutoffs are and what the scale that these numbers are judged on means, but no luck...
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