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Synonyms for desensitisation

the process of reducing sensitivity

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Other treatments control the symptoms, but desensitisation offers a potential cure, and has the added benefit of reducing the risk of the 'allergic march'".
The desensitisation of radar could result in aircraft not being detected by the radar and therefore not presented to air traffic controllers.
Stallergenes realised 2008 sales of EUR 171 million, with over 500,000 patients treated with Stallergenes desensitisation products.
In 2007, Stallergenes had sales of EUR 147 million and provided desensitisation treatments to more than 500,000 patients.
This study investigated the effect of Systematic Desensitisation (SD) therapy on the reduction of test anxiety on some identified test anxious students.
I wonder if any of your readers feel, as I do, a great distress at the increased noise nuisance and pollution in our society in shops and public places, and the increasing desensitisation which it encourages in our population.
Crash, Bang, Wallop is a desensitisation CD, complete with 40 carefully produced sound effects designed especially to help pets control their fear of loud noise.
To date, no food allergy desensitisation treatments are currently marketed for the treatment of food allergies such as peanut allergy.
Desensitisation Many allergy clinics offer desensitisation treatments.
Designed to comply with the most stringent EMEA (European Medicines Agency) and FDA (US Food and Drug Administration) standards, this unit will produce desensitisation treatments for all markets, primarily in Europe and North America.
Many NHS allergy clinics offer desensitisation treatments.
Stallergenes realised 2007 sales of EUR 147 million, with over 500,000 patients treated with Stallergenes desensitisation products.
Consider allergy tests and desensitisation injections to help.
It's called eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing, and it helps guest star Holly Aird to remember everything that occurred on the night a friend went missing two decades ago.
The most buoyant segment of the market remained desensitisation via the sublingual route (SLIT, +21%, vs +15% in 2007) whose reputation was enhanced by the launch of allergen tablets.