Subject: Why do severe anaphylactic reactions normally occur during the 2nd exposure
Date: Fri Mar 16 09:42:13 2001
Posted by Jeff Yap
Grade level: grad (science)
School: No school entered.
City: Buffalo State/Province: NY
Area of science: Immunology
I read that most of the time, if a person has a severe systemic allergic
reaction to things (bee stings, antibiotics, stuff like that), the reaction
will occur during the second exposure to the substance. Is this true? If so,
Re: Why do severe anaphylactic reactions normally occur during the 2nd exposure
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