Posted: 26 Sep 2016 07:14 PM PDT
Using mice as the models, a new study describes the cellular processes that occur during "rush desensitization." The approach involves giving a small dose of the allergy trigger -- peanuts or bee poison or even chemotherapy -- to the susceptible patient in small, yet increasing doses over a short period.
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