Stanford helps develop food allergy treatment

A medical research team at Stanford University has come up with the first ever treatment for food allergies. The FDA recently approved the use of the medication, called Xolair. Doctors say dramatically reduces the risk of a possible life threatening reaction to peanuts, wheat and other food allergies. Doctor Sharon Chinthrajah, who is an Allergy and Immunology Professor at Stanford University joined us on The Nine to talk about how it works.

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