Doctors Discover Dramatic Increase In Peanut Allergies
CHARLOTTE, N.C.--Kameron Haney left the doctor this afternoon after getting his weekly shot to protect himself from peanuts. His allergies dictate everything he eats. "Everytime I ask if they fry in peanut oil and if they fry I can't eat it," he said.
Doctors say twenty percent of children with peanut allergies will outgrow them. Researchers say it could still take at least five years before a food allergy treatment is developed.
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