Allergy medications aim to build tolerance
A new option is available for allergy sufferers — instead of shots and medication that treat bothersome allergy symptoms, recently approved tablets are available.
The Food and Drug Administration recently approved three new allergy tablets: Grastek and Oralair for people allergic to grass pollen and Ragwitek for people who are allergic to ragweed.
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