Thursday Program

Get the latest information on cough and biologics

If you want to learn practical, pertinent, and important information that can be immediately implemented into practice, then plan to attend the Thursday Symposium focused on cough and biologics – it's an all-day immersive session on Nov. 12, the first day of the 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting, Nov. 12-16 in Phoenix.

“This year’s Thursday symposium combines two important areas that affect all allergists and more importantly, our patients,” said David Stukus, MD, FACAAI, chair of the Annual Meeting Program Committee. “New understanding surrounding the pathophysiology, evaluation and treatment of chronic cough will be highlighted during the morning session. The afternoon will focus on the latest considerations surrounding how to optimize use of biologics for various conditions.”

Take a look at the schedule we’ve planned for the day:

Cough
  • How Our Understanding of Pathophysiology Has Evolved
  • Choosing the Proper Test From Your Diagnostic Toolbelt
  • Current Guideline-based Approaches to Treatment of Cough
  • Insight Into New Treatment Paradigms
  • Kids Are Not Just Little Adults: Unique Aspects to Diagnosis and Treatment
Luncheon Symposium
  • Cost-effectiveness of Biologics
It’s a Biologic Afternoon
  • Navigating the Current Options for Asthma
  • The Future Is Bright: Hopeful Options for Asthma
  • It’s a Unified Airway: Options for Sinus Disease
  • Biologics for Dermatologic Conditions
  • Beyond OIT: How Biologics Can Help Patients With Food Allergy
Showdown at the Biologics OK Corral
  • Three allergists enter, one allergist leaves.
  • One case, three pathways to target, all up for debate

You’re not going to want to miss this one-of-a-kind opportunity for professional development.

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