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In the fields of rhinology & allergy, as in all medical fields, there is a need for a greater number of journals which publish in the open access format. The underlying spirit of this format is to break down the barriers to knowledge sharing. Allergy & Rhinology, was created to serve this need; and is proud to take the lead in publishing quality research work as an experiment in the open format. As long as the fiscal model works, the Journal shall allow all users the right to freely read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of its articles.

The academic standard of Allergy & Rhinology is designed to be no different than traditional subscription-based, scientific and scholarly journals in that the quality of the research work which it publishes shall meet the rigors of peer-review and other scholarly quality controls.

Publisher: OceanSide Publications, Inc

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Volume 1, Number 1, 2010

A call for papers

Open Access A call for papers
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World Allergy & Rhinology Abstracts

Open Access Characterization of bacterial and fungal biofilms in chronic rhinosinusitis
pp. 10E-10E(1)
Authors: Foreman, Andrew; Psaltis, Alkis James; Tan, Lor Wai; Wormald, Peter-John

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Original Article

Open Access Influenza vaccination in patients with suspected egg allergy
pp. 1E-4E(4)
Author: Settipane, Russell A

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World Allergy & Rhinology Abstracts

Open Access Mometasone furoate improves nasal and ocular symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis in adolescents
pp. 5E-5E(1)
Authors: Anolik, Robert; Pearlman, David; Teper, Ariel; Gates, Davis

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Open Access The status of asthma control in the U.S. adult population
pp. 6E-6E(1)
Authors: Fuhlbrigge, Anne; Reed, Michael L.; Stempel, David A.; Ortega, Hector O.; Fanning, Kristina; Stanford, Richard H.

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Open Access Efficacy and safety of azelastine 0.15% nasal spray and azelastine 0.10% nasal spray in patients with seasonal allergic rhinitis
pp. 7E-7E(1)
Authors: Shah, Shailen; Berger, William; Lumry, William; La Force, Craig; Wheeler, William; Sacks, Harry

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Open Access Contemporary assessment of the disease burden of sinusitis
pp. 8E-8E(1)
Author: Bhattacharyya, Neil

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Open Access Nasal polyp cell populations and fungal-specific peripheral blood lymphocyte proliferation in allergic fungal sinusitis
pp. 9E-9E(1)
Authors: Pant, Harshita; Beroukas, Dimitra; Kette, Frank E.; Smith, William B.; Wormald, Peter J.; Macardle, Peter J.

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