Scientists Cure Peanut Allergy (In Mice)

Scientists were able to cure peanut allergies in mice by attaching peanut proteins to the mice's own cells and then putting the cells back in their bodies. This technique also worked with egg allergies. The technique hasn't been tested on humans yet, but at least now mice can enjoy delicious PB&J sandwiches.

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