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Posted on: Mon, 07/08/2002 - 10:47am
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pHello. I'm new to the Peanut Allergy world. I'm also new to message boards, so pardon any breach of protocol. My 22 month old son has a sever allergy to peanuts. I need to be as informed as possible on the dangers as well as the possible cures/treatments/etc. Daycares, ball parks, movie theaters, circuses, etc. are a frightening and stressful experience. I've heard that a vaccine is in the works that will reduce the possibility of anaphylactic shock upon exposure. Is this true? When will the vaccine be available? Any other information you feel would help indoctrinate me would be most appreciated./p

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