Peanut allergy patients have given a new idea as a result of the largest study in the world.
Children who found severe allergies participated in one trial, where they had increased groundnut protein for more than a year.
The landmark trail was conducted, and those who did not participate in the 10th position of a single piece were finally found to face two roots.
By enduring tolerance, allergic reactions may be at increased risk.
The study was conducted by researchers from London Children's College and London Colds College in Evelina. A study conducted on the study of economic typing has been found.
In 500 cases, four to 17-year-olds have been appointed in the United States and Europe to have a trial in the allergy case.
Partners were getting into a group of proteins, a capsule or a dummy powder.
The number of doses gradually increased to six months each month for six months. After six months the "maintenance dose" of the plant continues.
The results published in the New England Journal of Medicine show that two-thirds (67%) children and adolescents have at least 600 mg of pallavi protein tolerance. Only 4 per cent of them attended Dummy Playboy.
Professor George Do Thait, professor of pediatric allergy consultant at Evelyna, London, said: "Panot allergy is very difficult because children and their families follow strict eating habits.
"Allergic reactions are very serious and may lead to deaths.
"Until recently the pungent allergies can not be harmed more than harsh avoidance, recognition and natural treatment of allergies."
Sophie Protee, 44, from Kentish Town in north London, joined her six-year-old daughter Emily.
"The study completely changed our lives," she said. "Before Emily took it we were uncomfortable for more than twenty minutes from a hospital and she could not attend the days or parties playing without having to be there for my husband.
"Complete elimination of the roots from the Emil's diet led to the continual study of the dietary habit. So, because of the allergic reaction, it was very small, even in the summer, to respond very seriously, the impact of our family life was great."
At the end of the year, Emily went unnoticed by seven ships.
Pant Allergies, which has doubled over the last two decades, affects 1 kid in 50 children in life.
Allergies are very rare and are the most common cause of dietary allergy.
The groundnut protein was used during the trial of iMenin therapy, which funded the PALISADE study.