British scientists have developed a vaccine to bee and wasp stings

In the UK, have developed a vaccine against allergies to bee stings and wasps. This drug is designed to protect people from anaphylactic shock caused by the bites of these insects. Anaphylaxis involves the release of large amounts of histamine, which reduces blood pressure, so that stops breathing and the heart. The vaccine will help a person develop immunity to bee and wasp stings.

The principle of action of the drug has not been disclosed.

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