For a long long time, many people suffered with allergies to peanuts. Doctors have been puzzled as how to fix this sometimes deadly allergy. Now, in 2017, there might be a future to fix the allergy.
About the Cure
According to Dr. Wesley Burks, a pediatric allergist at The University of North Carolina, it's beneficial to give treatment to a young infant if he/she does not want to develop peanut allergies. According to other sources, in some cases feeding the infant peanuts will help their immune systems outgrow the allergy. "Peanut Allergy Treatment: The Earlier, the Better." WebMD. WebMD, n.d. Web. 07 Apr. 2017.
Even though the history of peanut allergies is still confusing, there might just be a future of no allergies awaiting. Peanut allergies can cause up to 200 deaths each year. The new cure could potentially save 200 lives. "Medscape Log In." Medscape Log In. N.p., n.d. Web. 07 Apr. 2017.