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Pollen allergy: sources and notes

Author: Marie Louveau.
Expert consultant : Dr. Florence Trébuchon, Allergologist.

Sources:

- Allergy, I'm acting, CFOA 2011 press kit.
- F Trébuchon, Overcoming asthma and allergies ", Editions Albin Michel, 2009.
P Demoly et al. The supply of care in allergology in 2011. French review of allergology. 51 (2011) 64-72.
- B Wallaert, J Birnbaum, The big book of allergies, Editions Eyrolles, 2014.

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