Researchers in the Section of Allergy and Immunology at Saint Louis University are seeking participants for a research study on patients with grass allergies.
Researchers are enrolling a clinical research study of an investigational drug that may help prevent a reaction to grass pollen rather than just treating allergy symptoms. The once-a-day tablet is designed to be placed under the tongue.
Study participation includes study-related care and medications for the grass pollen season at no cost.
Those interested in participating can find out more about eligibility requirements, and the risks and benefits associated with participation in this study by calling (314) 977-6165 or (314) 977-4440.