sublingual immunotherapy

Epicutaneous immunotherapy may transform allergy treatment
Epicutaneous immunotherapy may transform allergy treatmentAs an allergy sufferer myself, I tend to pore over the journals and literature to learn what new exciting technologies may be on the horizon. When I came across epicutaneous immunotherapy (EPIT), my mind went in a multitude of different directions about the endless possibilities for both systemic and ocular allergy management.
Sublingual drops as effective as injections for allergies, asthmaNew research from Johns Hopkins Children’s Center suggests that both under-the-tongue drops and injections work well to alleviate the symptoms of allergic rhinoconjunctivitis and asthma in children.
Sublingual immunotherapy may be effective for allergic rhinitisA review of the literature provides moderate strength evidence that sublingual immunotherapy is effective for the treatment of allergic rhinitis and asthma, according to an article published March 27 in the JAMA.
Sublingual immunotherapy treats peanut allergyA multicenter clinical trial of a new sublingual immunotherapy has shown promise in desensitizing severe allergic reaction to peanut powder.