Are boiled peanuts the key to successful oral immunotherapy?

Sequential approach is feasible and safe, with very low frequency of rescue adrenaline use, Australian study shows
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Oral immunotherapy using boiled followed by roasted peanuts is feasible and safe for treating children with peanut allergy, according to a study published in Clinical and Experimental Allergy.

Flinders University researchers examined the efficacy and safety of oral immunotherapy for treating peanut allergy in children using sequential doses of boiled peanuts followed by roasted peanuts.