Sixth Annual BREATHE ALLERGY and ASTHMA CONFERENCE
Friday, April 1, 2016
Seven CME credits offered
7:00 am - 4:00pm
TO REGISTER: E-mail name with professional title, address and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org or click here for registration brochure.
Starting March 28, CLICK HERE to download lecture handouts.
Conference Center at Valley Forge
(This is NOT the Valley Forge Convention Ctr/Casino)
1485 Valley Forge Road
Does your child have allergy symtoms in the fall (August t0 October)?
Your child may be eligible to participate in a clinical research study for an investigational oral medication that is being studied to see if it may help symptoms of ragweed allergies in children.
If your child qualifies, participation will involve 7-8 visits over a 6 month period. Participants may receive up to a $600 stipend for their participation.
For additional information, or to see if your child qualifies, please contact:610-825-5800 ext 7 (Child does not need to be a patient to participate.)
FDA APPROVES ALLERGY PILLS
It is very exciting that the FDA has approved immunotherpay tablets for grass and ragweed. The grass tablets are known as Oralair and Grastek. The ragweed immunnotherapy tablets are known as Ragwitek. Schedule an appointment with your allergist to determine if the new immunotherapy tablets are right for you.
WALK-IN SESSIONS FOR ALLERGY INJECTIONS ARE OFFERED IN BLUE BELL, COLLEGEVILLE, DOYLESTOWN, JENKINTOWN, LANSDALE AND POTTSTOWN OFFICES. Ask for details at the front desk. No appointment necessary.
FEAR PEANUT ALLERGIES NO LONGER.
A&AS offers Peanut Sublingual Immunotherapy. Peanut extract drops are placed under the tongue to decrease risk of serious reactions with accidental exposures. Call 1-800-86COUGH and ask to speak with a nurse about PEANUT SLIT.