Dear Friends and Colleagues,
The World Allergy Organization is continuously striving to accomplish our mission, which includes “advancing excellence in clinical care through education, research, and training….”. There are few better examples to how WAO is spreading education and awareness than through World Allergy Week. >> Read More...
Inside the Issue
- World Allergy Week 2016
- WAO Junior Members News
- Collaborative on Severe Asthma (COSA)
- Call for Clinical Allergy Tips
- WAO Social Media
- Literature Reviews
- WAO Journal Recent Articles
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WAO International Scientific Conference 2016
Registration and Abstract Submission for the WAO International Scientific Conference (WISC 2016)
opens 09 June 2016.
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Thank you for your excellent contributions and efforts
WAO hosted World Allergy Week 2016 in collaboration with its Member Societies from 4-10 April. Patient organizations, hospitals, and many others also participated in raising awareness of pollen allergies around the world and the impact of changes in pollen seasons and aeroallergen exposures. A wide range of activities took place during the week including a WAO live webinar, patient education programs, and workshops for physicians as well as active promotions through social media channels, websites and blogs. The reports sent to WAO have been posted at www.worldallergyweek.org, which will continually update throughout the next few weeks. WAO is looking forward to collaborating with you again for World Allergy Week 2017!
Check out this month’s Junior Members News by the WAO Junior Members Past Chairs Prof Luciana Kase Tanno and Prof Ves Dimov. We greatly thank both Prof Tanno and Prof Dimov for their contribution to this month’s WAO Junior Members News and their leadership on the WAO Junior Members Steering Committee!
World Allergy Forum: Emerging Cytokine Therapies in Severe Asthma
The Collaborative on Severe Asthma (COSA) is pleased to be part of the World Allergy Forum during the 2016 Congress of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Asthma (EAACI). The symposium topic will be, “Emerging Cytokine Therapies in Severe Asthma.” The Symposium will take place on Tuesday, 14 June 2014, from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM at the Messe Wien Exhibition & Congress Center in Vienna, Austria.
Dr Thomas Casale (University of South Florida) will present on “Cytokine Families and Receptors as Targets for Treatment in Severe Asthma”; Dr Sally Wenzel (University of Pittsburgh) will present on “Cytokine Disruptive Therapies in Severe Asthma”; and Dr William Busse (University of Wisconsin) will present on “Eosinophilic Directed Therapies in Severe Asthma”.
This symposium will be supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Teva Pharmaceuticals.
Read more about the Collaborative on Severe Asthma here.
Opportunity to share your pearls in a citeable feature
WAO Clinical Allergy Tips are vignette-style practical tips from experts around the world on the clinical care of allergic patients. Each Clinical Allergy Tip is announced in the monthly newsletter, WAO News & Notes and promoted on the WAO website.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Editor's Choice Literature Review
Effect of avoidance on peanut allergy after early peanut consumption
IgE Antibodies: Generation and Function
What's New in Small Airways Research
Microbes and asthma: “old friends” may offer opportunities for intervention
What's New in Severe Asthma Research
Serious asthma events with fluticasone plus salmeterol versus fluticasone alone
Allergic reactions to milk appear sooner than reactions to hen’s eggs: a retrospective study Get Article
Clinical characteristics of patients seeking medical advice for nasal symptoms in Bulgaria with special focus on children Get Article
Debates in allergy medicine: Specific immunotherapy in children with atopic dermatitis, the “con”view Get Article
Debates in allergy medicine: Specific immunotherapy efficiency in children with atopic dermatitis Get Article