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What are allergists (immunologists)?

Usually your primary care physician can help diagnose your allergy problems and develop a treatment plan that works for you. In some instances, an evaluation by an allergist may be needed. These specialists can determine which allergens are causing your symptoms and provide appropriate therapies.

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