Study shows children can overcome cow's milk allergy

03/4/2008 | Reuters

A desensitizing program that gives children cow's milk in progressively higher doses can help them overcome allergies to it, one study reports. Researchers say after one year, more than one-third of children in the study could drink milk without problems and more than 50% could tolerate small amounts of milk.

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