Raleigh, North Carolina

Posted on: Mon, 07/28/2008 - 6:42am
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My 21 year old son has just moved to Raleigh and will be looking for a good doctor to refer him to an allergist. He is peanut, tree nut and soy allergic.

Thanks:)

Posted on: Tue, 08/05/2008 - 3:37am
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He is in luck. Dr. Burks is one of the best and most well known Dr's in the allergy community. He also does a lot of research for peanut and nut allergy. We go to see him in early Sept.
He is located at Duke. Also, there is a new peanut and gluten free restaurant called Rosies place. They do use pecans in 1 of their items but are totally allergy aware and I am sure would take major precautions. They also deliver. There is also a Chipotle and a Rita's ice and custard in the Raleigh/Durham area both are peanut/nut free. Please always read ingredients and check with chef in case anything has changed.
Good Luck.

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