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In one study, discussed this month at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology in New Orleans, researchers tracked season duration and prevalence of sensitizations for five types of pollens in one region of Italy from 1981 to 2007.
The investigators found that 35.5 percent of individuals had food sensitizations.
Cocaine-induced behavioral sensitizations and kindling: Implications for the emergence of psychopathology and seizures.
The Neuropsychiatric Guide to Modern Everyday Psychiatry Michael Alan Taylor 1993
Although usually considered as minor allergens, sensitization to panallergens might be problematic as it bears the risk of developing multiple sensitizations.
BioMed Central - Latest articles Michael Hauser 2010
More accurately, vaccinations cause hyper-sensitizations.
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Do multiple sensitizations change particle size / distribution?
The biggest fear is the one we seldom hear whispered, though there have been three 'plots' or de-sensitizations of the possibility Barack Obama won't live to be inaugurated.
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