References for AGS in Depth

References

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  17. Symptoms of Alpha-Gal Syndrome (2017) https://alphagalsyndrome.blogspot.com/2018/01/symptoms-of-alpha-gal-syndrome.html
  18. 5 Big Myths About Alpha-Gal Syndrome (2017) https://alphagalsyndrome.blogspot.com/2018/01/5-big-myths-about-alpha-gal-syndrome.html

 

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