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Can boiled peanuts help cure peanut allergies?

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Because heat can affect the structure and immunoreactivity of peanuts, researchers recently tested whether a therapy using sequential doses of boiled peanuts followed by roasted peanuts may help children overcome peanut allergies. Their open label, phase 2, single arm clinical trial, which is published in Clinical & Experimental Allergy, generated promising results.

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