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Is it possible to develop a food allergy late in life?
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Dr. Paul Williams
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Yes
It depends on what you mean by late in life.
The development of any allergies after the age of 60 is unusual, because most of your immune cells have already been committed to certain types of reactions by that time.

In brief: Yes
It depends on what you mean by late in life.
The development of any allergies after the age of 60 is unusual, because most of your immune cells have already been committed to certain types of reactions by that time.
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