When Reiland Applegate first had a peanut at age 2, it was immediately clear that he had a severe allergy. As his parents rushed him to the hospital, Reiland was projectile vomiting and wheezing and was
A panel of experts earlier this month recommended that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approve a new drug for children and teens with peanut allergies. The drug, called Palforzia, was developed California
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