London: Scientists from the Nottingham University are on the way to making a drug that may put an end to all the miseries caused by feline allergies, ranging from a fit of sneezes to a dangerous asthma attack."Most treatments at the moment are symptomatic – you have the allergy and then you try to stop the symptoms. What we are saying is that if you understand what happens at the time the irritant interacts with the body, you can intervene early on," a newspaper quoted researcher Dr Amir Ghaem-Maghami (CORR) as saying.
The breakthrough may lead to the making of a pill, five to 10 years from now, that will be able to pacify the agony of the allergy for millions.ANI
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