Retrospective, international survey of hospital challenges to peanut from the UK, Ireland and Australia. Of 1634 children aged 1-18,
years old, more than a third of the children tolerated the equivalent of one peanut. Anaphylaxis, particularly to small amounts of peanut, was more common in older children. Tailored immunotherapy programs might be considered not only for children with low, but also higher reaction
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