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Double Blind Trials Supporting Neutralisation as Therapy


1)Miller JB. A double-blind study of food-extract injection therapy: a preliminary report. Ann Allergy (1977), 38: 185-191.

2)Rapp D. Double-blind confirmation and treatment of milk sensitivity. Med J Aust (1978) 1: 571-2.

3)Rapp D. Food allergy treatment for hyperkinesis. J Learning Disabilities (1979) 12: 42-50 or 608-616.

4)Boris M, Schiff M, Weindorf S. Injection of low-dose antigen attentuates the response to subsequent bronchoprovocative challenge. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg (1988) 98: 539-45.

5)Rea WJ, Podell RN, Williams ML et al. Elimination of oral food challenge reaction by injection of oral food extracts. Arch Otolaryngol (1984) 110: 248-52.

6)Scadding GK, Brostoff J. Low dose sublingual therapy in patients with allergic rhinitis due to house dust mite. Clin Allergy (1986) 16: 483-91.

7)King WP, Fadal RG, Ward WA et al. Provocation-neutralisation part II: subcutaneous neutralisation therapy: a multi-center study. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg (1988) 99: 272-7.

8)Radcliffe MJ, Lampe F, Brostoff J. Allergen-specific low-dose immunotherapy in perennial allergic rhinitis: a double-blind crossover study. J Invest Allergol Clin Immunol (1996) 6: 242-7.

9)Mansfield JR, Burrell MH, Curl VJ, Valler BJ. Treatment of equine allergic diseases with allergy neutralisation. J Nutr Environ Med (1998), 8: 329-34.

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