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Current Directions in Peanut Allergy Research

The American peanut industry actively supports scientific research on effective measures which may reduce or even eliminate peanut allergy in the future. This section summarises major research initiatives on peanut allergens and signposts to sources of further information. This is a rapidly changing field and visiting the websites of the projects mentioned below is the recommended way to find the latest information.

Disclaimer: Any medical information published on this website is not intended as a substitute for informed medical advice and you should not take any action before consulting with a health care professional. The information in this section is believed to be correct at the time of publication. The American Peanut Council recommends anyone wishing to find out more about food allergies to make contact with one of the specialist organizations.

EuroPrevall, a European Union funded multi-national study coordinated in the UK looking at the prevalence, cost and basis for food allergy – including peanuts and tree nuts - across 24 countries and the quality of life....
Food Allergy FAQs
The information in this section is intended primarily for people associated with the American peanut industry and its worldwide allied activities. It does not focus on some issues of more interest to food allergic....
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