Q&A With David Bernstein From the University of Cincinnati: Sublingual Allergy Treatment Provides Alternative To Shots

For patients with severe seasonal allergies the regularly available medications may not be enough to help their symptoms while the prospect of shots may be prohibitive enough to keep them from getting shots. A newly approved treatment could provide an alternative to the needle.

For patients with severe seasonal allergies the regularly available medications may not be enough to help their symptoms while the prospect of shots may be prohibitive enough to keep them from getting shots. A newly approved treatment could provide an alternative to the needle.

David Bernstein, MD, from the University of Cincinnati discussed what this new treatment method could mean to patients and healthcare providers during the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology's annual meeting in San Antonio.