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On occasion, the information on the website may be incorrect. This is only to be expected, since so many people from all over the world are freely exchanging information.
When you have a question about something you have read about food allergies, or another related discussion, you should always contact your doctor first. It is unwise to take everything you read, especially on the Internet, at face value.
Remember to have some healthy skepticism. I have read messages on FAST that I either expect to be untrue, or know in fact to be. If you have questions, contact the person who wrote the message and ask where they got the information, and contact your allergist.
In addition, although many people throughout the Internet community claim they have found cures to food allergies, or treatments that have helped, it is important to note that the professional medical community has said there is currently no cure for food allergies.
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