Please sign this and help to make planes a nut free environment for nut allergy sufferers. If you have a serious reaction on a plane due to nut being in food or just the scent in the air the chances are you could die even if you have an epipen to hand.
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Kerry, United Kingdom1 year ago Comments: People need to understand the severity of a nut allergy and the fact that airborne allergies are fatal as the air is recirculated. Fine people for bringing nuts onto a plane, we can make changes for other disabilities, last I heard having the right to breathe is essential!
Kim Buffington, United States4 years ago Comments: -
Tom Davies, United Kingdom5 years ago Comments: Banning one snack to prevent a large population of allergy sufferers from dying is not difficult. I have an allergy to nuts myself and have lived with it since i was about 3 years old. A girl at my school died a fews years back due to an allergic reaction to a nut allergy she never knew she had. Thats why Pharmacies should provide epi-pens free of charge.A friend of the family has diabeties and she gets her jabs free so I see no reason why we shouldnt. I give full thumbs up to the peanut flour cure,and I wish all other sufferers the very best of luck.
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