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Sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) may be an effective option for the treatment of latex allergy in selected patients, when avoidance measures are not feasible or effective.August 2012
More restaurants are catering for food allergies – but have not taken into consideration the latex gloves worn for hygiene May 2012
Sublingual immunotherapy in natural rubber latex-allergic patients
More new alternatives to natural rubber
Allergen free rubber from dandelion
Latex and more
Powder-free gloves in hospitals decrease allergy risk
Curcumin reduces latex allergy
Articles on latex allergy
First Published in November 2007
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