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FDA panel votes to recommend first-ever treatment for peanut allergies

18:41 EDT 13 Sep 2019 | Vitals on NBC News

Palforzia is a potentially life-saving treatment that involves exposing children with peanut allergies to increasing doses of peanut protein. It’s not a cure, but rather a means of building up a tolerance over time.

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