Under diagnosed and poorly managed asthma and exercise-induced bronchoconstriction particularly.

This program wouldn’t normally be possible without their continuing support. .. ACAAI, Teva Respiratory partner to bring free of charge asthma screenings nationwide The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology recognizes Teva Respiratory because of its continued leadership and support of important educational issues related to respiratory health, under diagnosed and poorly managed asthma and exercise-induced bronchoconstriction particularly. ACAAI announced today that they can partner again this year with Teva Respiratory to bring free asthma screenings to communities nationwide. Almost 130,000 folks have been screened since the start of Nationwide Asthma Screening System, with half of these screened known for a medical diagnosis. Continued economic support by Teva Respiratory provides the funding for the general public education materials, publicity and resources had a need to conduct screenings.Kaiser Family Foundation. Copyright 2009 Advisory Panel Kaiser and Company Family Foundation. All rights reserved.

ACHF receives $2.5M as gift from KCCFA in support of childhood cancer research The Alberta Children’s Medical center Foundation received something special of $2.5 million today from the Kids Cancer Treatment Foundation of Alberta in support of childhood cancer study at the Alberta Children’s Medical center, along with the Alberta Children’s Medical center Research Institute for Child and Maternal Health insurance and the Southern Alberta Malignancy Research Institute – both at the University of Calgary.