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Anaphylactic Food Allergy: The Role of Adjuvants and Injection

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May 15, 2017 This is Food Allergy Awareness Week. Here at TMR, we wish to highlight one aspect of food allergy around which there is little awareness: how food allergies can be created with the use of aluminum adjuvants. Life-threatening … Continue reading

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Vaccines: Allergy, Autoimmunity, Autism, and More

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January 21, 2016  “The conception that antibodies, which should protect against disease, are also responsible for disease, sounds at first absurd.” — Clemens von Pirquet, 1906 A while back I wrote a blog stating that, while my own views on … Continue reading

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Anaphylactic Food Allergy Is NOT Normal

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A Facebook friend posted this as her status last week. Many people don’t understand the severity or seriousness of life-threatening food allergy in today’s children because it is unlike anything they ever knew when they were children. We think it’s … Continue reading

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Ending the Peanut Allergy Epidemic

In 1995, my one-year-old son Woody reacted violently with anaphylaxis to a taste of peanut butter. In hindsight, he was part of the “first wave” of an epidemic of life-threatening peanut allergy in children that in just 20 years has … Continue reading

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How to Cause a Peanut Allergy Epidemic in 4 Easy Steps

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(This originally ran February 27, 2014.  As the second edition of Heather Fraser’s book is now out, it seemed a great time to revisit this blog in the hopes that we can reach even more people. — Editor) At some … Continue reading

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Outrage for Sale: Robyn O’Brien’s Peanut Post and the Unpopular Truth

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As a peanut allergy parent reading Robyn O’Brien’s recent post Science for Sale: the Funding Behind the Latest Study on Peanut Allergy, I found it easy to get behind her outrage. Just a little too easy. Robyn describes the perceived … Continue reading

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