Allergy: Still Sneezing

June Clark, 17, was recovering from a kidney ailment in Miami's James M. Jackson Memorial Hospital when she started to sneeze. That was Jan. 4, and she hasn't stopped sneezing since. She gets surcease only when she is sound asleep, and for sound sleep she often has to take drugs. Awake, she has sneezed as often as every two seconds, and has never gone more than 15 minutes without the spasms that now cause pain in her nose, ears, chest and abdomen. A high school sophomore, she has had to give up classes....

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