Diseases

Mite Allergy: Sources and Notes

- The big book of allergies, French Federation of Allergy, Ed Eyrolles, 2014.
- The elimination of mites at home, Canadian Asthma Society, 2010.
- Asthma, allergies and respiratory diseases, Afsset, 2006.

Author: Elide Achille
Expert consultant: Dr. Sophie Silcret-Grieu, allergology doctor.

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