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Advances in the Identification of Peanut Allergies! Peanut allergies have increased 18% from 1997-2007. The common laboratory skin and peanut specific IgE have a high sensitivity but low, resulting in many false positive results. A relatively new test  can identify  patients who are at highest risk of anaphylaxis to peanut allergy versus  those who have just a sensitivity reaction. ImmunoCAP ... Read More

TAGS     peanut,  allergies,  sublingual therapy,  sublingual drops,  anaphylaxis
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