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Medical Webwatch

Authors: Jim Young


Immunotherapy in Allergic Asthma, is a continuing medical education course from the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. In the format of slide and audio presentations it covers “Immunotherapy a Historical Perspective,” “Immunotherapy as a Treatment for Asthma - an Evaluation of Studies, Preventative Aspects, Safety and Economic Issues,” and finally, a discussion of “Future Directions.” The program is targeted at “Practicing allergists/immunologists, fellows in accredited allergy-immunology training programs, primary care physicians who care for asthma patients, allied health professionals in the field of asthma care, and health care administrators.” The course was originally presented in the year 2000, and the slide presentations (averaging 30+ slides each) have various authors.

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