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Allergy in a Changing World

Allergic diseases represent a major health problem in most modern societies. Over the last decades, allergy has increased in prevalence all over the world. Many doctors and patients have to face serious problems not only regarding diagnosis and therapy but also regarding health policies and economical threats.

The Congress will trace the tremendous scientific progress being made by our discipline and track future challenges.

 

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Therefore, join our colleagues from around the world to learn about the latest advances in allergy, immunology and major allergic diseases of airways (asthma, rhinitis), skin (eczema, urticaria, drug eruptions) and other organs!

The WAC 2005 will cover all important new aspects of experimental and clinical allergology and related fields. It will be an opportunity to gain a global

perspective through presentations of experts from all over the world;
we expect participants from more than a hundred countries.

Along with the extensive scientific agenda, a carefully planned social programme for both delegates and accompanying persons will provide plenty of opportunities to savour the flair of the 850 years old city of Munich located in the heart of Europe.


Johannes Ring
Chairman of the Host Organising Committee



Carlos E. Baena-Cagnani
Congress President



Ulrich Wahn
Congress President


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