Incidence of atopic disease in a tropical environment: partial independence from intestinal helminthiasis.


The reported incidence of atopic disease in the tropical environment, albeit somewhat controversial, has often been very low. This has been postulated to be due to an inhibitory influence of intestinal helminthiasis, although the predominantly rural nature of the populations studied might also be an important factor to consider. We evaluated two tropical… (More)


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