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grass pollen

Pollens released by grasses such as Kentucky blue grass (Poa pratensis) or Timothy grass (Phleum pratense). They are a common source of seasonal allergies and asthma, esp. in summer.
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These results have been confirmed by our first Phase III results which showed a convincing reduction of the combined symptoms and medication score in real life grass pollen exposure.
The sustained warm temperatures also mean 2017 is likely to be a year when the grass pollen season builds up steadily.
Similar outcomes were reported in a meta-analysis indirectly comparing results from 28 pharmacotherapy trials and 10 grass pollen SLIT trials (total number of patients, N=21,223).
For additional details, see Supplemental Material, "Sampling of grass pollen data.
This report provides comprehensive information on the therapeutic development for Grass Pollen Allergy, complete with comparative analysis at various stages, therapeutics assessment by drug target, mechanism of action (MoA), route of administration (RoA) and molecule type, along with latest updates, and featured news and press releases.
The humidity makes the soluble grass pollen allergen spray around like a fine mist, which can be easily inhaled into the lungs.
A separate analysis of the same pooled data using a different definition of favorable response--that is, a total combined daily symptom and daily medication score of 3 or less during the entire grass pollen season during the 3 treatment years, plus the following 2 no-treatment years--yielded an NNT of 9.
Nobody's talking about this yet but, based on the way the climate has been behaving, we're likely to experience a second pollen vortex when the grass pollen and the ragweed pollen begin to overlap, starting late July and August," says Joan Lehach, an integrative medicine physician specializing in allergy, asthma, and clinical immunology at Montefiore Medical Center, New York.
Patients will place the new grass pollen pills under their tongues.
They are expected to be helpful for the millions of people who, as a reaction to grass pollen or the tiny bugs that live in house dust, have sneezing, itching eyes and a running nose that often significantly impacts their productivity at school or work.
A test will confirm whether the person is allergic to grass pollen, and can be advised measures to control the allergy like limit exposure to grass pollen and take medication to prevent allergy symptoms," Dr Al Hattawi said.