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Sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) is now an established treatment for allergic rhinitis. Whilst several systematic reviews have now confirmed clinical efficacy and safety, recent analysis also confirms that therapeutic benefit persists for several years after the com- pletion of SLIT. Such findings, along with the obvious ease of administration of sublingual preparations, have clearly promoted SLIT as an attractive option for treatment of allergic rhinitis resistant to medical treatment. This article reviews the development, efficacy and safety of SLIT in allergic rhinitis and the current indications for its use.

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H K Kariyawasam, G Rotiroti, D S Robinson. Sublingual immunotherapy in allergic rhinitis: indications, efficacy and safety. Rhinology. 2013 Mar;51(1):9-17

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PMID: 23441306

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