Article et entrevue de CTV News (anglais):
A pilot project has been launched at the Sainte-Justine Hospital hoping to treat and possibly cure children with severe food allergies.
Young patients will take progressive doses of the allergen orally for an extended period of time to desensitize the child or increase their tolerance.
Health Minister Gaétan Barrette made the announcement Thursday, saying $782,145 has been earmarked for the three-year pilot project, matching a donation from the ByeBye Allergies Foundation, which has been working to open this oral immunotherapy clinic
Source: CTV News