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Results of Phase III Trial of Aimmune’s Peanut OIT Therapy

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After one year, 3/4 of patients ages 4-17 who received the therapy were able to consume a minimum of 300mg of peanut. Results for adults were less clear.
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Students experienced classic symptoms of anaphylaxis, including itching of the lips and mouth, hives and tongue swelling.

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Results of Phase III Trial of Aimmune’s Peanut OIT Therapy

After one year, 3/4 of patients ages 4-17 who received the therapy were able to consume a minimum of 300mg of peanut. Results for adults were less clear.
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Institute Receives $5M Grant to Study Personalized Treatments for Peanut Allergy

What they discover could guide the design of a new strategy for immune intervention.

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