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Last Chance! Only 3 Days Left for Regular Registration

Last Chance!
Only 3 Days Left for Regular Registration

Regular Registration Closes 31 August for the XXIV World Allergy Congress, 14 -17 October 2015

Register by 31 August at 11:59 PM US CDT for the most comprehensive Congress for allergy and immunology this year.

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Speaker Highlights

Mimi Tang, MBBS, PhD, FRACP, FRCPA, Allergy and Immunology, The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne, Parkville, Australia

What do you like about attending WAO's congresses and conferences?
"I enjoy the WAO congresses and conferences as they bring together delegates from around the world providing an ideal opportunity to share the latest developments in clinical and research aspects of allergic disease with a very broad global audience."

What are you looking forward to at WAC 2015?
"I am looking forward to meeting up with colleagues from abroad to discuss ongoing collaborations."

What’s hot about the topic you are speaking on (Food-Related Anaphylaxis in Adults and Children)?
"There have been a number of recent publications examining prevalence and risk factors for food related anaphylaxis in the most recent decade. Rates of anaphylaxis continue to increase in several regions globally predicting a rising demand on allergy services."

What new findings and information will be given during your session?
"I will provide an update on prevalence trends and risk factors for food related anaphylaxis."

Attend the Symposium Session of Prof. Mimi Tang:
Friday, 16 October 2015
11:00 - 12:30
Symposium Session: Food-Related Anaphylaxis in Adults and Children
"Major Cause and Risk Factors of Food-Related Anaphylaxis"
Recent Publication: Time trends in Australian hospital anaphylaxis admissions in 1998-1999 to 2011-2012