This article is sponsored by ALK, Inc. The house dust mite (HDM),and specificallyHDM speciesDermatophagoides farina and Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus, are common causes of allergic rhinitis (AR).1 In 2013, approximately 84% of households in the United States reported detectable levels of dust mite allergens.2 Commonly used therapeutic approaches for the management of HDM-induced AR include HDM avoidance, pharmacotherapy, and…
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Important Information for Your Patients Considering SLIT-Tablet Therapy for HDM-Induced Allergic Rhinitis
In 2013, approximately 84% of households in the United States reported detectable levels of dust mite allergens.
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