Does nut allergy include coconuts or pine nuts?

May 2002
Pulse;5/27/2002, Vol. 62 Issue 21, p80
Answers questions on coconut and pine nut allergy. Reason for patterns of co-sensitization in nut allergy; Percentage of people affected with peanut allergy; Issues when advising nut allergy sufferer.


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