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Children's Egg Allergies Improve after Therapy that Involves Eating Eggs - 07/18/2012

Children's Egg Allergies Improve after Therapy that Involves Eating Eggs

Study shows oral immunotherapy can retrain the immune system
Release Date: July 18, 2012

Giving children with egg allergies increasingly higher doses of the very food they are allergic to can eliminate or ease reactions in most of them, according to results from a federally funded study conducted at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center and four other U.S. institutions.

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