The staff of Children's Hospital in London and staff at King's College conducted a study of 500 people aged 4 to 17.
This experiment took place for 12 months. Initially children had small roots and a plusbo. Systemically, peach eggs have increased. After studying, doctors said they found a way to protect people from deadly allergies by developing a death system. Those who did not take part in the test were unable to eat the roots. Two nuts were easily eaten in the end of the year by 67%. The Journal of Medicine in England spreads information on this study.
In the 90s of the nineteenth century there was an allergic problem of groundnut. Many diseases began to notice the symptoms of the disease. It started rash, nose, skin, and glow. The doctors repeatedly refused the complaints of the patients. Professor Harvard professor Nicolas Cristakis is convinced that he is a psychological problem. In fact, the actual pantrum allergy is quite rare and causes people who are not sick.