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Asthma remains one of the major non-communicable diseases globally. Access to care and medicines need to be urgently improved.

This Tuesday, 5 May, is designated as the World Asthma Day, an annual event organized by the Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA) to improve asthma awareness and care around the world. World Asthma Day 2015 will again have the theme:

"You Can Control Your Asthma"

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And click here to find out about World Asthma Day 2015 in your country/region and around the world.

See new horizons

Here's your excuse to experience somewhere you might not have visited before; the Central Asian Republic of Kyrgyzstan.

The TKS will host the 2015 Kyrgyz National Congress of Respiratory and Allergic Diseases, in association with the Euro-Asian IPCRG Forum, in Bishkek on 8-10 October 2015.

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APSR members, you are cordially invited to join the scientific/clinical Assembly of your choice.

A new, simple and quick joining procedure has just been launched.

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Kuala Lumpur!

The door is now open for Early-bird registration

APSR Live learning presentation Session

A special APSR Abstract Session at ATS Denver 2015
Saturday 16 May

  • How to present interesting case reports
    and submit for publication
  • Tips for scientific oral presentations
    in plain English

The APSR is funding a fellowship programme for young investigators with the aims of:

  • Promoting science and research in respiratory medicine
  • Supporting the exchange of young scientists and clinicians actively involved in respiratory medicine;

Click here for details

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Now showing an introduction to the Respirology Review Series on
lung function testing: youtube.com/watch?v=VulvdfIvhM0
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Respirology Case Reports is now available on PubMed and PubMed Central (PMC):

The case reports currently published as Early View will be deposited in PMC and available in PubMed upon publication in an issue.

Thank you for supporting this journal in its early stage of publication and we look forward to receiving manuscripts from you in the future.