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Seasonal Allergies

Seasonal Allergies

An experimental cell-based therapy induces permanent allergen-specific immunologic tolerance to prevent IgE-mediated allergy.

Why has the number of food allergies increased but overall sensitization to food allergens remained static?

Spring has sprung! Click here for the latest research about some of the more common diseases of the season.


Results of a new study help explain why your adult patients with atopy most likely have autumn birthdays.

Poor agreement between caregiver and children for report of symptoms and relief presents a challenge in clinical trials.

The emerging therapy may help overcome drawbacks of existing immunotherapies, such as treatment duration and poor adherence.

Hay fever is common in adults age 65 years and older but there is little research on the efficacy of customary immunotherapy in this group.


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