Achieved Objectives in Laboratory Animal Allergy Research: Their Significance for Policy and Practice
The state of the art, so far as laboratory animal allergy (LAA) is concerned, has been significantly advanced by the research which I have described. The clinical patterns of LAA and their medical management can be reasonably confidently set out. Even so, I would expect some of the views, so confidently asserted here, to be overturned by future work. The advent of practicable, accurate hygiene methodology opens up the opportunity to develop credible protective strategies. In this area, I have refrained almost completely from offering detailed opinions on the grounds that, at present, they would be correct only by chance.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1987-05-01
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