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Allergy treatments

ALK is committed to improving the quality of life for allergy sufferers by developing products that target the allergy itself, rather than just relieving its symptoms.

In 2006 the first tablet-based allergy vaccine was introduced.

Other areas in the ALK pipeline are tablet-based allergy vaccines for tree and ragweed pollen, house dust mites and cat.

Further information on treatment

Further information on the ALK pipeline

Products for allergy immunotherapy 

 

ALK is committed to improving the quality of life for allergy sufferers by developing products that target the allergy itself, rather than just relieving its symptoms. 

The therapeutic principle underlying allergy immunotherapy is to administer controlled doses of protein substances (allergens) to which the patient is allergic in order to rebuild the immune system and induce tolerance. In this way, the allergic reaction can be reduced and potentially eliminated altogether.

Allergy immunotherapy is traditionally administered as subcutaneous injections or sublingual droplets. But at ALK, our aim is to extend the use of allergy immunotherapy by introducing tablet-based vaccines – with the potential to offer more patients the option of a causal treatment for their allergy.

Following this strategy, we launched the world’s first tablet-based vaccine for grass pollen allergy in Europe in 2006.

Producing allergy immunotherapy products