Patients who suffer from seasonal allergic rhinitis will be able to try SUBLINGUAL Oralair (ORR-ah-lair)

Patients who suffer from seasonal allergic rhinitis will be able to try SUBLINGUAL Oralair (ORR-ah-lair) this year.

It will be used for patients between 5 and 50 years old who've had allergies for at least two pollen seasons...when other allergy meds aren't working or cause too many side effects.

Oralair contains extracts of five different grass pollens. It works by desensitizing the immune system to these grass pollen allergens.

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