Treating Peanut Allergy

North Carolina legislators are considering a bill that would require that schools have a minimum of two EpiPens and people trained to use them.  An EpiPen is an epinephrine auto-injector used for severe allergic reactions. In a recent interview with WRAL-TV, Dr. Edwin Kim, spoke about the importance of kids having access to appropriate treatment.  Dr. Kim is part of research team that is studying immunotherapies for children with peanut allergies.


Dr. Edwin Kim (right) with his patient in the study, Patrick Campfield (center), and his dad, Ray Campfield (left).

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