A drug to treat life-threatening allergies has been released


LONDON: A drug has been launched in the UK to treat a life-threatening allergy to dry fruits, which may reduce the risk of death from the allergy to some extent.

of a foreign news agency According to the report The trial evaluated the use of the drug 'Sholair' in patients with allergies to dry fruits such as peanuts and cashews.

After which the researchers concluded that the use of this drug will significantly reduce the risk of death in patients.

Researchers say the drug 'Sholair' could revolutionize the lives of allergy sufferers, but there is no guarantee yet that the drug will completely prevent life-threatening anaphylaxis.

According to the researchers, the medicine called 'Sholair' is for those patients who use dry fruits due to some misunderstanding or forgetfulness.

According to the report, 'Sholair' has been given as an injection to asthmatics for the past 20 years but has not yet been prescribed to the thousands of Britons who suffer from food allergies.

It should be noted that Natasha, the 15-year-old daughter of British citizen Nadeem Adnan Liperos, had eaten a sandwich during the flight, the package of which did not mention the nuts in its ingredients. Natasha was allergic to nuts, after eating the sandwich. Natasha's health worsened and she succumbed to allergies.

Natasha's father, Nadeem Adnan Liperos, says that my daughter was allergic to dry fruits, if she had received this allergy medicine in time, my 15-year-old daughter's life could have been saved.

He said that this medicine should be worked on more quickly in the UK so that more patients can benefit from it, he said in a depressed tone that children's lives are very precious.


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