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Cases in Severe Asthma Care: The Importance of Early Detection

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    As we continue to learn more about the underlying inflammatory pathways in asthma, we now have more novel tools and treatments to help us achieve control, remission, and better outcomes for our patients. But in order to achieve those goals, we must first detect severe asthma early enough to take full advantage of the latest advancements. Learn more about the importance of early detection and intervention in severe asthma care through the lens of a real-world patient case with Drs. Tom Corbridge, De De Gardner, Diego Maselli, and Praveen Akuthota.

    This is a non-promotional, non-CME disease state disease education podcast series brought to you by American College of CHEST Physicians in collaboration with and paid for by GSK.

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    As we continue to learn more about the underlying inflammatory pathways in asthma, we now have more novel tools and treatments to help us achieve control, remission, and better outcomes for our patients. But in order to achieve those goals, we must first detect severe asthma early enough to take full advantage of the latest advancements. Learn more about the importance of early detection and intervention in severe asthma care through the lens of a real-world patient case with Drs. Tom Corbridge, De De Gardner, Diego Maselli, and Praveen Akuthota.

    This is a non-promotional, non-CME disease state disease education podcast series brought to you by American College of CHEST Physicians in collaboration with and paid for by GSK.

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Schedule27 Feb 2024