Despite its common usage, there are many people who are allergic to aspirin. However, the reactions to aspirin are not always because of an allergy. Many people are simply sensitive to aspirin. A very recent method of treating aspirin allergy or aspirin sensitivity is desensitization. In this process, the patient is kept under close medical supervision and is given very small dosage of aspirin every day.
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