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A peanut allergy is an overreaction of the body's immune system to peanut protein. All peanut and peanut products must be excluded from the diet. This is one on the most common allergies that leads to anaphylaxis, so it is extremely important that all sources of peanut be avoided.
DBV receives FDA Fast Track Designation for Viaskin Peanut clinical development program

DBV receives FDA Fast Track Designation for Viaskin Peanut clinical development program

Peanut allergy could be switched off

Peanut allergy could be switched off

Black children more at risk for peanut allergy: Study

Black children more at risk for peanut allergy: Study

Mercury and autism link strengthened

Mercury and autism link strengthened

Oral desensitization with omalizumab may treat milk allergy in children

Oral desensitization with omalizumab may treat milk allergy in children

Researchers to develop house dust mite allergy vaccine that can cure asthma

Researchers to develop house dust mite allergy vaccine that can cure asthma

Peanut allergy has a genetic link: Study

Peanut allergy has a genetic link: Study

Study: Low Vitamin D levels can cause allergies in children

Study: Low Vitamin D levels can cause allergies in children

Dermatologists advise parents of young children about atopic dermatitis, food allergies

Dermatologists advise parents of young children about atopic dermatitis, food allergies

DBV Technologies secures $25.5 million in Series C financing round

DBV Technologies secures $25.5 million in Series C financing round

Loyola University professor suggests general travel tips for children with nut allergies

Loyola University professor suggests general travel tips for children with nut allergies

Food allergies may lead to 'kissing' allergies

Food allergies may lead to 'kissing' allergies

Maternal peanut consumption during pregnancy increases peanut allergy risk in children

Maternal peanut consumption during pregnancy increases peanut allergy risk in children

Consumption of peanut during pregnancy may increase risk of allergy in infants: Study

Consumption of peanut during pregnancy may increase risk of allergy in infants: Study

Food allergies are becoming more common in U.S. children

Food allergies are becoming more common in U.S. children

Food allergies may contribute to asthma attacks: Study

Food allergies may contribute to asthma attacks: Study

Mount Sinai receives grant from NIH to continue research on food allergy

Mount Sinai receives grant from NIH to continue research on food allergy

NIH announces 5 more years of funding for Consortium of Food Allergy Research

NIH announces 5 more years of funding for Consortium of Food Allergy Research

FDA accepts DBV Technologies' IND for clinical study of VIASKIN for desensitization to peanut allergy

FDA accepts DBV Technologies' IND for clinical study of VIASKIN for desensitization to peanut allergy

Survey shows alarming increase of peanut allergies in children

Survey shows alarming increase of peanut allergies in children