Study: A new treatment to help with peanut allergies

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For people with peanut allergies, a new study revealed by Aimmune Therapeutics found a new treatment that can help with their peanut allergies. 

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The drug is taken by mouth and made of a peanut-derived material. 

Two-thirds of the kids who took the drug, were able to eat peanuts afterwards without any symptoms. 

The new treatment doesn’t mean that those people could eat peanuts, rather it would just lessen the severity of the reaction. 

Related: Study: Sucking your baby’s pacifier might protect them from allergies

Aimmune Therapeutics behind the treatment said they would apply for FDA approval by the end of the year. 

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