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As Drs. Gruchalla and Sampson discussed in their editorial, it is pertinent to consider how the findings of this study could be applied to patients not explicitly included in the study. How could the findings of this trial pertain to children without a known risk for peanut allergy (e.g. eczema or egg allergy)? Could the findings of this trial for peanut allergy be applied to another food allergy, for example, an allergy to soy, egg, dairy, wheat, tree nuts? What about applying the findings of this trial to patients who have skin prick tests for peanut allergy of > 4mm?