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Alfred William (Bill) Frankland.

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First double- blind, placebo - controlled trials in allergy: grass pollen immunotherapy proved effective. but bacterial vaccines lacked efficacy in asthma. First Secretary of BSACI. Instituted the UK pollen count. Antihistamine efficacy in allergic rhinitis, not asthma. Placebo response. Sub- epithelial eosinophils in asthmatic bronchi. Allergen and aspirin challenge studies in asthma, local allergy. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

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Name: Allergy
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