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Newswise — The 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting of the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (ACAAI) takes place in Louisville, KY, November 10-14 at Kentucky International Convention Center. We will host allergists, pediatricians and other health professionals from across the country and around the world. Groundbreaking new studies will be unveiled that provide insight into treatment options for those suffering from allergies and asthma.

Review the online educational program for some of the topics presented. Media pre-registration is now open until Friday 28 October. A media badge is only required if you are attending the meeting in person.

Our live version of the meeting is available for media unable to attend in person. You must register to access the live version of the meeting. Live registrations will not be accepted after Wednesday, November 9th. Learn more about the live show here. Please note that there is no charge for registered reporters.

The meeting, “Advancing allergic and immunological care” will feature more than 400 abstracts that will share cutting-edge studies presented and published throughout the meeting. Briefs will also include medically difficult cases.

Media in attendance will have the opportunity to conduct one-on-one interviews with allergists, spokespersons and key researchers. If you are unable to attend, we can set up remote interviews with researchers and presenters.

The safety and well-being of all attendees and exhibitors at the ACAAI Annual Meeting is a top priority for the College. The College is monitoring the mandates of federal, state and local authorities regarding COVID-19 and will post any updates on the Health and Safety page

We look forward to seeing you in Louisville!


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