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  Allergy School Reports
  PAAM 2009
  London 2010
  Case Reports
  Dear friends and colleagues,

This month, we are very pleased and proud to present the stunning, innovative redesign of the EAACI website, featuring improved functionality and updated content. Visit our new eaaci.net and navigate your way to the best resources in the world of allergy.

Science and skiing. 8th EAACI & GA2LEN Immunology Winter School takes place in Grainau, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, on 11-14 February 2009, organized by the EAACI Immunology and Dermatology Sections. The school focuses on Basic Immunology Research in Allergy and Clinical Immunology, with an emphas! is on innate and adaptive immunity, the regulation of the immune response, and the mechanisms of allergic inflammation. Submit your Abstracts for the course from 2 to 30 November 2009.

e-learning. Two new Position Papers by the EAACI, GA2LEN, EDF, and WAO on the definition, classification, diagnosis, and management of urticaria have been published in ALLERGY and are now available on eaaci.net. Reading and downloading these documents is free to all our members.

EAACI Press Release. The EAACI launches the new season with a continuing flow of the very latest information about hot issues in allergy and clinical immunology. This month you can read the press release on swine flu - a threat for asthmatics? as well as a set of recommendations for egg-allergic patients regarding flu vaccination, and for heal th professionals regarding seasonal and swine influenza vaccination in egg-allergic patients. All these texts are available in Media, the new area of excellence on eaaci.net.

London 2010. The organizers of the 29th EAACI Congress are working hard to bring you the very best scientific content at this event. To get a preview, sneak a glance at the Preliminary Programme available online.

EAACI Task Force. The consensus report by the EAACI/GA2LEN Task Force on autologous serum skin tests on urticaria is now complete and is available to all EAACI members for free.

With Best Regards

Chrysanthi Skevaki
Coordinating Editor
EAACI Web Management Team

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