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“The studies (160) found that AIT and where defined both SLIT and SCIT, were more effective than standard care including pharmacotherapy. The studies that compared SLIT and SCIT gave very mixed results not allowing a clear conclusion to be drawn that either treatment was necessarily more effective or more costly than the other from a health system perspective.”