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Sean Parker, co-founder of Napster and former first president for Facebook, pledges $24 million to build an allergy research center at Stanford University School of Medicine. Dr. Kari Nadeau will run the research center. The focus will be on researching the immune system and finding a cure for food allergies.
"The most important thing is to cure kids." Parker tells Forbes. "This should be a curable disease but all we’ve done is put band-aids on it." Parker himself has peanut, tree nut and shellfish allergies.
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