Study supports allergy vaccine using genetically engineered pollen

08/10/2004 | Forbes

Researchers report the first-ever trial on an allergy vaccine developed from genetically engineered pollen shows promise in treating the condition by triggering a strong immune response in the body. The vaccine is seen as a replacement for immunotherapy, a common treatment for allergies that sometimes can make the problem worse.

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