I wanted to share an interview I just completed with Dr Stephen Miller of NWU Medical School. In it he discusses the 2011 study of "turning off" peanut allergy in mice and the use in human multiple sclerosis trials. This work has evolved into using nanoparticles, instead of the patients' own blood, to deliver tolerance to whatever allergen/antigen (peanut, egg, dairy,...).
Also, you'll find the transcripts to an interview with Dr Li of Mount Sinai Medical School. She talks about FAHF2 (food allergy herbal formula) and its effects on the immune system, allergies, and anaphylaxis.
I hope you find this valuable and interesting. Denise http://www.healinghacker.com/category/food-allergies/