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Allergies: a profusion of useful products and gadgets… or not

2022-07-04T09:35:14.106Z

Easy to market, the solutions offered by the market to fight against allergies are numerous. Salt serums, essential oils, homeopathy, acupuncture… Allergies are on the rise all over the world and this is leading the market to offer more or less useful - and sometimes harmful - solutions to improve patient comfort. They are all the easier to market because allergies do not benefit from officially concerted – and therefore well-funded – research efforts that promote scientific validation.



Salt serums, essential oils, homeopathy, acupuncture… Allergies are on the rise all over the world and this is leading the market to offer more or less useful - and sometimes harmful - solutions to improve patient comfort.

They are all the easier to market because allergies do not benefit from officially concerted – and therefore well-funded – research efforts that promote scientific validation.

“However, we are seeing more and more studies carried out by non-drug approaches laboratories, which have understood that scientific proof was an essential argument for increasingly informed patients

, underlines Professor Pascal Demoly, head of the service. of pulmonology, allergology and thoracic oncology at Montpellier University Hospital.

Some of them may thus be officially validated.

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Source: lefigaro

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