Published in Immunotherapy Weekly, June 11th, 2003
Doctors say preventing allergens from concentrating in the home and eliminating those that get in are as important as medication for patients to effectively manage their illness.
"I look at allergy management as a 3-legged stool," says James Sublett, Allergy and Immunology Section chief at the University of Louisville School of Medicine. " One leg consists of medications which can be quite helpful, the second leg includes allergy shots for selected patients, but I think the most important leg is management of the indoor...
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