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Posted on: May 02, 2016

Immunotherapy is the process of injecting the known allergens over a period of time in a gradual dose to a maximal tolerated level. It is a treatment used to prevent allergic symptoms. Successful immunotherapy is dependent upon both an accurate determination of a patient’s entire allergen sensitivities, and the correct formulation, handling and mixing of the patient’s individually specific allergen extract.