Is your child aged
4 through 17 years old?

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Has your child been diagnosed with
a peanut allergy by their doctor?

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Does your child have
uncontrolled asthma?

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Does your child have a history of
eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE)?

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Are you or your child willing and able to
administer injectable epinephrine?

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Your child’s allergist can help you determine if PALFORZIA is appropriate.

Talk to your child’s allergist about whether PALFORZIA may be an appropriate treatment option for your child’s specific allergy diagnosis.

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If your child's allergist is not REMS-certified, they can get certified. To learn more, visit PALFORZIAREMS.com.

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Talk to your child’s allergist to learn more about PALFORZIA.

Discuss whether PALFORZIA may be appropriate for your child and learn about how PALFORZIA can help reduce the severity of allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis, that may occur with accidental exposure to peanut. 

It is only available through the PALFORZIA Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) Program with a certified healthcare provider.

If your child's allergist is not REMS-certified, they can get certified. To learn more, visit PALFORZIAREMS.com.

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