SAMUEL M. FEINBERG, M.D.
It is now an accepted fact that the majority of seasonal hay fever cases can be benefited by proper treatment with pollen extracts. It is also a very common observation, however, that there are many failures in such treatment. In a previous communication1 I have called attention to some of the common reasons for failure to obtain satisfactory results. These were chiefly the failure to pay attention to: early preseasonal, combined with seasonal treatment; individualization of pollen dosages; preservation of potency of pollen; and careful determination of the species of pollen to be used in treatment.
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FEINBERG SM. Seasonal Hay Fever Not Due to Pollen1. Ann Intern Med. 1930;3:1035–1037. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-3-10-1035
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