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Peanut Allergies in Mice Alleviated by Vaccine

12:53 EDT 12 Apr 2018 | BioScience Technology

Researchers aim to develop a new immunotherapy that could alter the immune reactions to food. The result: extended relief from peanut allergies.
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University of Michigan Health Lab

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