Poor Asthma Control, Device Handling and Phenotype - European Medical Journal

Poor Asthma Control, Device Handling and Phenotype

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Roberto Rodiguez-Roisin1
J. Christian Virchow,2 Cynthia Rand,3 Richard Dekhuijzen,4 Michael Wechsler5

The speakers received honorarium from Teva for participating in this symposium.


Writing assistance provided by Trilogy Writing and Consulting Ltd.


The publication of this article was funded by Teva and Teva received a Medical Accuracy review.

EMJ Respir. ;1[1]:30-52. DOI/10.33590/emjrespir/10310421. https://doi.org/10.33590/emjrespir/10310421.

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Meeting Summary

The aim of this symposium is to discuss the impact of poor treatment and poor inhaler technique on asthma outcomes. In addition, the symposium will explore the aetiology of asthma and the mechanistic role of IL-5 in severe asthma.

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