Subset of immune cells linked to allergic rhinitis symptoms

05:16 EDT 10 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

Have you ever suffered from asthma or know someone who does? It is excruciating to watch them suffer. An asthma attack makes something as simple as breathing, extremely difficult. I have seen this first hand with my mum, brother and sister, who are all asthmatic. Asthma is just one of the allergic diseases that grip our lives—rhinitis and eczema, that affect the nasal passages and skin, respectively, are also very common in Singapore. "How common?" you may ask?

Original Article: Subset of immune cells linked to allergic rhinitis symptoms


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