Allergy solutions for life

Quality of life

Under­standing allergy

ALK has an unrivalled understanding of allergens and how they affect the human body, as well as the link between allergy and respiratory diseases such as asthma.



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    ALK submits registration application for tree SLIT-tablet in Canada
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    ALK obtains European approval for its tree SLIT-tablet against allergic rhinitis
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    As ALK prepares to further extend their SLIT-tablet portfolio, tablet formulation is seen as key in delivering consistent positive clinical trial results
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    Targeted early treatment with ALK’s ACARIZAX® could improve allergic asthma treatment, allergy congress hears
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    Report on transactions with ALK-Abelló A/S B-shares and associated securities by managerial staff
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    Three-month interim report (Q1) 2019
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    Release date of three-month interim report 2019 for ALK and audio cast
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    Report on transactions with ALK-Abelló A/S B-shares and associated securities by managerial staff
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    Grant of share options and performance shares to members of the Board of Management and key employees
ALK launches growth strategy
Transformational strategy to redefine ALK's position in the global allergy market and stimulate a new era of growth for the company.
Call for applicants
Scientists are invited to apply for the ARIA-EUFOREA Henning Løwenstein Research Award 2019.

ALK in brief

ALK at a glance
ALK is a research-driven, global pharmaceutical company focusing on allergy prevention, diagnosis and treatment. We are the foremost innovators in allergy immunotherapy – a unique treatment which reduces allergic symptoms and treats the cause of the allergy.
Global presence
ALK employs around 2,300 employees worldwide and has affiliates, production facilities and distributors around the globe. Today, around 1.5 million people worldwide use our products.
ALK's pipeline
Our development programme covers the four most important outdoor allergens in Europe, the USA and Japan (grass, birch and related trees, ragweed and Japanese cedar) and the most important indoor allergen in the world (house dust mites).
ALK's history
ALK has been at the forefront of allergy treatment for almost a century. Our story can be traced back to a small laboratory in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1923.