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The future of human cat allergy treatment may be in changing cats

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Any cat lover who has watched an allergic friend react to a beloved pet knows the dark powers that lurk in that luxurious feline fur. Within minutes, an allergic human exposed to a cat can begin sneezing and wheezing. Eyes water and itch. The misery is obvious. Solutions for people who want to be around cats despite allergies are labour-intensive, of questionable value, and sometimes defy common sense. How many emergency department trips would ensue if we all tried to give our cats frequent baths? This predicament has triggered the imagination of researchers, who see a lucrative market for bet…

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