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Families with MFA

Posted Jan 25 2009 4:57pm

According to Dr. T. Perry from the Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock, “A sibling of a peanut-allergic child is seven times more likely to have peanut allergy than a child born into a non-allergic family,” Dr. T. Perry, along with other experts and parents, discuss strategies for families living with multiple food allergic children in next months issue of Living Without. Some families in the article have allergen free homes while others have decided to continue serving allergens but with strict rules to reduce cross contamination of foods.  Click here to read the article.




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