Dear Dr. Wjst:
Thank you very much for your letter. However, we don’t allow author commentaries on their own articles, except to supply errata, which is not involved here.
the dream journal, you name it, yea, yea.
a number of recent epidemiological studies had indicated that early peanut consumption in countries such as Israel was associated with a low incidence of peanut allergy in the population. These observations had led many academics to say that exposing a child’s immune system to peanut allergen at an early age might result in tolerance.
It seems that allergen avoidance versus sportively exposure is a never ending story – forth and back and back and forth – and largely irrelevant as being only about the second line of defense?