AANMA partners with AAE and AAPA-AAI to build network focusing on allergy.

‘Asthma educators and physician assistants provide a wealth of knowledge and expertise to greatly help educate and advocate for individuals with asthma and allergies,’ says Tonya Winders, AANMA Chief Working Officer. ‘We welcome the opportunity to use these dedicated specialists who are on the front lines of asthma treatment, to share our resources with their patients and to champion quality health care.’ Related StoriesNew therapy attacks the foundation of asthma, treats the disease at cellular levelSMU and University of Maryland experts awarded NIH grant to combat pediatric asthmaMany seasonal allergy sufferers take OTC products rather prescription medications Since 1985, AANMA has supported families and individuals with an array of publications, resources, community outreach applications and advocacy efforts.Francis Collins announced a fresh effort to increase access to innovative technologies for those working to provide broad global access to technologies, products and services,’ the Center for Global Health Policy’s ‘Science Speaks’ blog reports. ‘The Model Non-Profit License Agreement for Neglected Tropical Diseases , HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria Systems was created for nonprofit institutions and product advancement partnerships with a demonstrated dedication to neglected diseases to apply to make use of patented inventions and non-patented biological materials from NIH and the [FDA] intramural laboratories,’ the blog notes . This article was reprinted from kaiserhealthnews.org with permission from the Henry J.