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Lancet. 1978 May 20;1(8073):1066-8.

Oral cromoglycate in treatment of adverse reactions to foods.


20 subjects with adverse reactions to foods were given oral cromoglycate and placebo separately for seven days each. While on each medication they were given, for four consecutive days, a food to which they were sensitive. Adverse reactions were prevented in 14 subjects. These results suggest that oral cromoglycate is of value in the treatment of some patients with adverse reactions to foods.

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