Testing OIT in such a young population has never been done before, but results show that it’s worth it.
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Study author Mimi Tang says these results could lead to effective treatment for peanut allergies.
Researchers in Australia have introduced a game-changing idea in the hunt for a peanut allergy cure. They combined a large daily dose of specific probiotics with oral immunotherapy to find out whether this would effectively treat peanut allergy.
Parker and Dr. Kari Nadeau are aiming for a therapy that takes only one or two treatments, retrains the immune system – and lasts.
After six months of treatment, more than 80 percent of the children taking the therapy were able to eat at least five peanuts a day
The staying power of OIT (oral immunotherapy) for milk allergy has been called into question with the results of a 5-year followup of test subjects.