Published in Women's Health Weekly, February 9th, 2006
"In 1993 extremely high levels of birch-pollen were recorded in Stockholm, Sweden. This provided an opportunity to evaluate the effects of aeroallergen exposure (exp.) on the early immune response."
A. Kihlstrom and colleagues, Huddinge University Hospital, wrote that the study was undertaken "to assess the influence of exp. to birch-pollen during pregnancy and infancy on the allergen-specific IgE- and IgG4-antibody (ab) response and the development of atopic disease in children."
"A total of 970 children with...
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