Fighting Peanut Allergies with Monthly Jabs

Peanut allergies are so common in Australia, that you probably have a friend or loved one who’s affected. The good news is that there are plenty of bright people working on treatments and cures. Researchers from Alfred Hospital and Monash University are now trialing a monthly injection for sufferers, which is producing some interesting results.

So, could this new treatment eventually replace the emergency Epipen? Tess was joined by Sara Pickett, Chief Scientific Officer from Aravax to chat about the trials, treatment and the importance of a cure.

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