By Mark Waghorn

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A person holding a handful of peanuts. Parents should not attempt the therapy themselves. GROUND PICTURE/SWNS TALKER

Feeding children boiled peanuts may cure them of the potentially fatal allergy, according to new research.

A trial involving dozens of six to 18-year-olds found most became immune within a few months.

The condition blights the lives of up to one in twenty-five youngsters. Any contact with the snack food could trigger a reaction or even an anaphylactic shock.

The groundbreaking findings could transform the lives of thousands of young people, offering hope of a cheap alternative treatment.

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