Annual Congress Copenhagen 2005


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The hygiene hypothesis revised – pro, con, or…?

Symposium
Chairs: I. Annesi Maesano (Villejuif, France), E. von Mutius (Munich, Germany)
At the end of this symposium, the participants should have a clearer view on the current thinking about the validity of the ?hygiene hypothesis?, and the role of early-life exposures to microorganisms and Westernised lifestyle environments in the aetiology and pathogenesis of asthma.

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 [+]  Slide presentation Webcast 1565 Keep the cats and dogs alive?
J. Gerritsen (Groningen, The Netherlands)
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 [+]  Slide presentation Webcast 1566 The endotoxin story
C. Braun-Fahrlander (Basel, Switzerland)
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 [+]  Slide presentation Webcast 1567 The rise of asthma in African cities
J. Britton (Nottingham, United Kingdom)
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 [+]  Slide presentation Webcast 1568 The prevalence and severity of asthma in US inner cities
T. Platts-Mills (Charlottesville, United States of America)
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 [+]  Slide presentation Webcast 1569 Is the asthma epidemic in Europe passing by?
T. Frischer (Vienna, Austria)
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