Injecting botulinum toxin (botox) to treat intrinsic or allergic rhinitis may be a thing of the past as researchers have now shown that sponges soaked in botox are equally effective in treating the condition. The research offers a potential needle-free treatment to the millions of people who suffer from rhinitis.
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