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Next-generation allergy vaccines to be developed in Finland to create effective and safe desensitization therapies
Date:10/21/2011

dies recognise the same allergen, they trigger an allergic reaction and cause symptoms in the respiratory or digestive system, or the skin. An extreme allergic reaction may cause anaphylaxis or even death.

The prevalence of allergies and allergic reactions has increased in the industrialised countries, and they are now estimated to belong to the top five most costly disease groups. In Europe, the number of people suffering from allergies is estimated to exceed 80 million, while in the US the corresponding number is 65 million. According to further estimates, half of the European population will suffer from an allergy by 2015.

In the US alone, the market for antiallergic drugs is anticipated to exceed USD 15 billion by 2015. In 2010, the estimated market for new allergy vaccines is approximately USD 700 million.


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Contact: Hans Soderlund Professor
Hans.soderlund@vtt.fi
358-207-225-104
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
Source:Eurekalert

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