Great news for people with cat allergies. Scientists have developed a vaccine that alleviates the symptoms people suffer when they get near a cat.
But there’s a twist.
The vaccine is given to the cat, not the human. It reduces the protein found in cat dander that triggers allergic reactions in people. Scientists believe the vaccine will be available within three years. Maybe more people would be able to adopt cats who wouldn’t normally be able to.
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