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ACAAI - Faces Facets Allergy Immunology 2014
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Will You Be Prepared When Emerging Forms of Immunotherapy Go from Bench to Clinic?

Where and when should you consider sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT)? What constitutes clinically meaningful effect?

Experts in the forefront of research on SLIT will provide answers to these big questions and many more at the full-day Thursday conference titled Emerging Forms of Immunotherapy during the ACAAI Annual Scientific Meeting in Baltimore, Nov. 7-11.

“As newer immunotherapeutic modalities emerge, it is primary to our mission to acquire the necessary knowledge base to understand the mechanistic pathways that underlie these therapeutic entities, to interpret the clinical outcomes and their impact on patient improvement, and to incorporate those agents, as they are approved, into our practice armamentarium,” said conference program chair Peter S. Creticos, MD, associate professor of medicine, Division of Allergy & Clinical Immunology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and director of clinical research, Creticos Research Group, LLC, Annapolis, Md.

You’ll learn about recent findings in pediatric clinical trials with SLIT, long term outcomes, and comparisons of SLIT with subcutaneous immunotherapy (SCIT). Accelerated immunotherapy schedules of SCIT and novel forms of immunotherapy will also be discussed.

Be better prepared to implement today’s research into your practice. Attend the ACAAI Annual Scientific Meeting to explore New Frontiers in Allergy and Immunology: From Bench to Clinic. See the Immunotherapy Conference listing in the online preliminary program and register online at annualmeeting.acaai.org. Seating is limited, so don’t delay. A separate registration fee is required.

 
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