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Cat allergy: sources and notes

Author: Laƫtitia Demma.

Expert Consultant Consultant: Dr. Anne Tsicopoulos, Allergologist, Inserm Research Director.

Sources:

Casset A., et al. Allergies: understand them, prevent them. French Scientific Expansion; 2004.
- Allergic to pets? Stallergenes, 2012.

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