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Food Allergy Research: How Standardizing Terms Can Save Lives

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    Conducting clinical research is essential if we are to better understand peanut allergies, yet the terminology to describe these findings only confuses and frustrates clinicians. Here to help clear up the confusion is Dr. Jennifer Caudle, who also demonstrates the importance of standardizing these terms so that the medical community as a whole can accurately and effectively utilize these research findings. 

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    Conducting clinical research is essential if we are to better understand peanut allergies, yet the terminology to describe these findings only confuses and frustrates clinicians. Here to help clear up the confusion is Dr. Jennifer Caudle, who also demonstrates the importance of standardizing these terms so that the medical community as a whole can accurately and effectively utilize these research findings. 

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