STUDY NEWS

LEAP Study reaches enrollment target of 640 children
Thanks to the the overwhelming support of parents and local physicians, the LEAP study is pleased to announce that it has met its target of enrolling 640 children! As a result, we are no longer accepting children into the study. Many thanks to the entire study team and the many, many supporters who have helped us achieve this important milestone.

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ABOUT THE LEAP STUDY:

About the LEAP StudyWhat is the LEAP Study?
Children’s allergy specialists at Evelina Children's Hospital, part of Guys and St. Thomas NHS Foundation Trust are conducting the LEAP Study to determine how to best prevent peanut allegy in children. [READ MORE]


Who can participate? Who is responsible for the study?
The LEAP Study is a collaboration of number of government and advocacy organizations. [READ MORE]


Frequently Asked QuestionsPeanut allergy information
Why is peanut allergy such a concern and how do you know if your child is at risk? Check here for the basic information links to other useful resources.
[READ MORE]


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