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SAM 2014: EAACI Skin Allergy Meeting CME

Date:
September 18-20, 2014
Location:
Kraków, Poland
Description:
SAM 2014 is expected to be the dermatological allergy experience of 2014. To ensure the highest scientific and educational value of the meeting, a novel format will be employed with each session built around one relevant clinical problem. They will be combined with keynote lectures given by acclaimed experts with "pro & con" discussions of present controversies, along with cutting-edge free communications, case reports and practical demonstrations. Networking events will allow participants more opportunities for further discussions of some of the most fascinating topics in the field of skin allergy.
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1 Atopic dermatitis and skin allergies - Update and outlook Allergy, November 27, 2013 Review Article

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4 Is a subtype of autism an allergy of the brain? Clinical Therapeutics, May 30, 2013 Review Article

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