People who suffer from allergies to dust mites know that there is little to no relief during the worst times of year. The body reacts to the foreign substance and can cause difficulty breathing in about 45 percent of those who suffer from asthma.
Much of the treatments are temporary, such as using an inhaler or daily allergy medications, and others are pure misery. The patient is exposed to the source of irritant over an extended period of time in the hopes of building up tolerance, but there is no guarantee.
This new vaccine uses a booster to alter the inflammatory response to the allergens. For more on the vaccine and how it works, continue reading here.