How sensitive?

Posted on: Wed, 03/31/1999 - 2:09am
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My 5 month old son was tested positive for peanut allergy. I understand this is considered a lifetime allergy. How accurate are tests for determining the severity of his allergy? Does anyone know of someone who outgrew this allergy?. Hope to hear from someone on this topic.

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