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If you have nasal polyps, or chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyposis (CRSwNP), you may have:

  • Severe nose blockages and congestion
  • Runny nose
  • Loss of smell
  • Poor sleep

These symptoms can impact your quality of life. Traditional treatments such as nasal irrigation and locally applied steroids often don’t work, but there is another treatment option.

Join us on Thursday, Sept. 7, at noon ET for the interactive online presentation called, “Making Your Voice Heard: Could Your Nasal Polyps Benefit from a Biologic Medicine?

Making Your Voice Heard: Could Your Nasal Polyps Benefit from a Biologic Medicine?
Thursday, Sept. 7, at noon ET


Expert Panel

  • Kathleen Buchheit, MD, allergist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital
  • A representative from the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA)
  • A patient with severe uncontrolled nasal polyps

Webinar Topics

  • What are biologics?
  • Biologics available for nasal polyps
  • How to talk to your doctor about a biologic
  • Positive impact of biologics on quality of life
  • Importance of following your treatment plan
  • Side effects
  • What to consider if the biologic does not work

After watching this program, you will understand how nasal polyps grow and how a biologic can affect their growth. You’ll be prepared to work with your doctor to create a personalized treatment plan that achieves your goals for nasal polyps symptom control, and talk with your doctor to determine if a biologic is right for you.

The panel will answer questions during the live session. Send in your questions about nasal polyps to our expert panel.

Register now to save your spot to watch live. And if you can’t make the live session, you can watch on demand later.

CME Program for Health Care Professionals Who Treat Patients with Nasal Polyps

Are you a health care professional who treats someone with or is interested in learning more about chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyposis (CRSwNP)? Watch our free continuing medical education (CME) program, “Caring for Patients with Nasal Polyps in 2023: When to Consider a Biologic or Surgery” on demand.

Join an expert panel of allergy and ENT specialists as they discuss:

  • The burden of nasal polyps on patients
  • Treatments that can help reduce this burden
  • Recent recommendations for the management of nasal polyps


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