Who are some of the most famous allergists in history?

Chapter 5 describes advances in allergy treatment, starting with the history of research on catecholamines, antihistamines, glucocorticoids, chromes, the standardization of allergen extracts, and the development of allergen-specific immunotherapy over the years. Chapter 6 consists of 13 interviews with some of the best-known pioneers in the field of allergy, such as K. Frank Austen, John Bienenstock, Kurt Blaser, Alain de Weck, Alfred W. Frick, Kimishige Ishizaka, Lothar Jager, Terumasa Miyamoto, Harry M.

Oehling, Heimo Reulecke and Václav Špičák. The book analyzes your background, education, professional qualifications, and important documents. More than 50 million people in the United States have some type of allergy. Regain control of your life.

When it comes to a human allergic disease, a person's medical history is as important as the results of an allergy test. Medical history is the fundamental link between allergy test results and the allergic disease itself. It provides the allergist with valuable information about your overall health, your experiences with possible allergens, your symptoms at different times of the year, etc.