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Peanut Allergy Research Study

Peanut Allergy Research Study 


Our office is excited to announce that we will be a part of the Research study of Patients with peanut allergies. With this patient trial, we will be able to study the path of this allergy and find medical treatment options. 

We are actively looking for patients that have a peanut allergy to be a part of this study. A one-time blood draw will allow research and examination of this allergy and how it is affecting the body. 

As a thank, you for being part of this outstanding research AAII will be gifting every patient a $40 gift card. 

Let's work together to learn more about this medical allergy. 

Allergy Asthma & Immunology Institute

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