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As interest grows regarding sublingual immunotherapy (or allergy drops) and the options it provides patients, media attention and discussion continues to expand. Allergychoices and the practices we work with often lead the discussion with new information and clinical insights.

As more people are affected by food and environmental allergies, the need for disease modifying treatment that does more than temporarily relieve symptoms becomes increasingly important. Immunotherapy, the only disease modifying treatment, is and ever-growing treatment. Want the facts about sublingual immunotherapy?

Q & A with Dr. Mary Morris,  Allergychoices Medical Advisor,  from Allergymoms.comSublingual immunotherapy, commonly referred to as allergy drops, is expected to rise to the challenge as a highly effective, safe, easy to administer, and affordable treatment approach that offers hope to a wider array of allergy sufferers. For more than 45 years, Allergychoices’ founders have been at the forefront of this treatment approach, and are widely recognized for helping hundreds of physicians from around the country safely and effectively integrate this approach into their clinical practices.

Our Medical Advisor, Dr. Mary Morris, and Allergychoices physician clients have been interviewed about allergy drops and featured in publications and media outlets including National Geographic Adventure, Family Circle, Parenting, Prevention, Women’s Health, Allergymoms.com, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Providence Journal, Atlanta Journal Constitution, St. Paul Pioneer Press, WCCO-TV of Minneapolis-St.Paul, and WGN-Chicago, among others.

If you are interested in speaking with our Medical Advisor or finding a physician in your market who can speak to the benefits of sublingual immunotherapy, please call (866) 793-1680, ext. 213.

Allergychoices & Allergy Drops in the News…

Learn more about sublingual immunotherapy and what is happening with Allergychoices and our customers through the links below.

Report finds dramatic increase in ER trips for kids with food allergies

Teal Pumpkin Project aims to support kids with food allergies, WXOW, October 2014.

Growing Allergy Needs Spur Movement to Share Sublingual Immunotherapy Expertise, June 2014

Allergies don’t have to be a pain, Clarkston News, October 2013

Sublingual Immunotherapy Effective for Pediatric Asthma and Rhinoconjunctivitis, Pediatrics, May 2013.

Allergy Drops a Good Alternative to Shots, USA Today, March 2013.

Peanut Allergy Drops Used in National, Multi-center Clinical Trial, January 2013

Leading Patient Education Provider Eyemaginations and Allergchoices Announce New Partnership, PRWeb, September 2012

Beat Allergies Drop by Drops, Wall Street Journal, July 2012

My Child, Allergic to Food? Coulee Parenting Connection, May 2012

Spring Breezes, Allergy Sneezes, Coulee Parenting Connection, April 2012

Curing Allergies One Drop at a Time, Ivanhoe News Broadcast, June 2011

Peanut allergy drops work – Duke study shows local clinic’s method effectively curbs kids’ reactions, La Crosse Tribune, March 2011

Patients see life-changing difference with food allergy drops, La Crosse Tribune, March 2011

Sublingual Immunotherapy may be safe, effective for allergic rhinitis, Medscape, December 2010.

Cochrane Review Update: Sublingual immunotherapy cuts hay fever symptoms safely, Reuters, December 2010.

Study Finds Benefits of Using Drops for Allergy Treatment, La Crosse Tribune, March 2010

Sublingual Immunotherapy Offers Hope of a Cure for Allergies, Achoo Allergy, December 2009

My Son’s Story with Allergy Drops, Allergymoms, September 2009

Life’s no picnic for kids with life-threatening food allergies, La Crosse Tribune, September 2009

Allergy Drops Help Woman Live Her Olympic Dreams, La Crosse Tribune, July 2009

Denver scientists: Cure to allergies in a nutshell, Denver Post, March 2009

Retiring Allergy Doctor Leaves Lasting Legacy, La Crosse Tribune, February 2009

SLIT vs SCIT: A Q&A, ENToday Magazine, February 2009

Food allergies on rise in children, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, November 2008

Fighting Allergies with Allergens – Allergy Associates Doctor Participates in Peanut Study with Duke, WXOW, October 2008

Allergist from around the country come to La Crosse, WXOW, August 2008

Allergy Fight Involves Slew of Methods, Norwich Bulletin, May 2008

Dr. Morris, Ahead of his time – La Crosse Tribune, February 2008

Trading Allergy Shots for Drops – ABC 7, San Francisco, CA, February 2008

New Allergy Drops – Ivanhoe Newswire, Washington, DC, Nov 2007

New Treatment for Food Allergies, WXOW – La Crosse, Oct 2007

Allergy Attack!, Womens Health, May 2006

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