Published in Vaccine Weekly, March 21st, 2001
Doctors have inoculated hay fever patients with grass pollen to make them more comfortable and lessen their need for medication throughout hay fever season. The effect of grass pollen vaccine in asthmatic patients, however, has not been as thoroughly studied.
"The goal of this study was to assess the effects of grass pollen immunotherapy on symptoms, bronchial hyperresponsiveness, and quality of life in seasonal rhinitis and asthma," wrote S.M. Walker and colleagues in the...
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