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Bee Sting Allergy Research #258884

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 21, 1978
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(Studio) Report on research into bee sting remedy by retired allergist in Westport, Connecticut.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Westport, Connecticut) [Robert APPLEBAUM - notes pain of treatment.] Applebaum's allergy to bee stings described and his treatment presently by recing. stings in physician's office to build up resistance, outlined. [APPLEBAUM - describes reaction to 1st bee sting.] Resistance-building technique, using venom from bee, developed by retired Cornell U Med. Center allergist, Dr. Mary Loveless, of Westport, Connecticut, detailed. [LOVELESS - discusses success of treatment.] FDA (Food and Drug Administration) interest in such research now going on at several places noted.
REPORTER: Charles Crawford

Crawford, Charles;
Mudd, Roger

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