ISLAMABAD - Free pollen allergy relief camp set up by the ICTA  at Aabpara Community Centre has so far treated as many as 1,331 pollen allergy patients, a spokesman of the administration Saturday informed. Drug Inspector/camp co-ordinator, Sardar Shabbir Ahmed has said through a press statement that allergy camp was working successfully and 260 patients were treated at the camp on Saturday and all the medicines were provided free of cost to them.He said that sufficient quantity of all the required medicines and inhalers were available at the camp. The patients have expressed their satisfaction and happiness over the arrangements and treatment facilities at the camp and specially hailed the donor pharmaceutical companies and known chemists of the city, doctors, and paramedics rendering services and donating medicines for the camp. Homeopathic, allopathic and tib-e-unani treatment facilities are available for the patients.