Food Allergies Could Soon Be Turned Off By Tiny Bits Of Plastic
A new way of smuggling ragweed, peanut proteins or other allergens past the immune system could finally teach our bodies not to overreact.By Steven Sparkman | April 18, 2016
Scientists are getting better at sneaking tiny pieces of metal or plastic past our immune systems and using them to treat serious health problems.
In a new study, researchers at Northwestern University may have found a way to use these nanoparticles to cure any allergy you can think of.
Good! Maybe we can finally stop hating ragweed.