Is Bacteria the cure for Food Allergies?

It was once believed that stomach ulcers were caused by too much acid, stress or even eating too much spicy food.

In the 1980s, Dr. Barry Marshall and Robin Warren discovered that ulcers were caused by a bacterium and thus, could be eliminated by antibiotics . In 2005 they won a Nobel Prize for their work.

Fast forward to today and Dr. Barry Marshall is currently Clinical Professor of Medicine and Microbiology at the University of Western Australia and the 61-year-old WA professor has completed successful studies on mice, and is now giving doses of the bacteria to humans in an attempt to eliminate food allergies.

We hope the professor is just as successful with this research so that people will be free from the dangers of food allergies.


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