After many years of neglect, sensitivity to animals is receiving the attention it deserves. In this symposium, a number of advances in this area will be reported, including more precise characterization of antigens, improved diagnostic techniques, better methods of determining the atmospheric load of antigen, and more effective ways of management all directed to bringing this important problem under control.
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