Stallergenes' grass allergy drug wins FDA approval

04/1/2014 | Reuters

The FDA has approved Stallergenes' oral immunotherapy drug Oralair as a treatment for grass allergies. The drug, which contains extracts from five grass pollens, is the first immunotherapy pill approved for this indication in the U.S. Stallergenes' partner Greer Laboratories will market Oralair in the U.S.

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