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Tree Nuts Allergies: Does a Single Nut Allergy Necessitate the Dietary Eviction of Other Tree Nuts? (ProNut)

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Last updated:3rd Dec 2012
The aim of this study is to identify, based on standardized food provocation tests, which nuts allergic patients need a selective, or a complete dietary eviction of all kind of nuts (nuts being defined as peanut, all tree nuts, pine nut and sesame). The investigators postulate that predictive factors of multiple nut allergy are high specific immunoglobulin E level, positive skin tests and/or clinical markers, such as atopic dermatitis, presence of other food allergies or a history of a severe previous reaction
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Study start date 2012-12-03

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