Published in Immunotherapy Weekly, August 29th, 2007
OAS is caused by allergens in the air such as ragweed, which begins to bloom around August 15. "The pollen released from ragweed is the airborne allergen primarily responsible for the onslaught of allergy symptoms in the fall," said Clifford W. Bassett, MD, FAAAAI. "For the 36 million people suffering from ragweed allergies, it is important to know about...
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