FDA accepts Merck's grass pollen allergy treatment for review

03/29/2013 | Pharmaceutical Business Review Online · USA Today

Merck said the FDA has accepted its biologics-license application for an experimental immunotherapy to treat grass pollen allergy. Instead of providing temporary relief of allergy symptoms, the treatment targets the causes of the allergic reaction and reduces symptoms such as itching and sneezing gradually. Merck expects the agency to release its decision early next year.

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