Nasal polyps are small, non-cancerous growths on the lining of the inside of your nose or sinus cavities. Some people who have asthma, allergic rhinitis, or chronic sinusitis may also have nasal polyps.
Are you impacted by nasal polyps? If you or someone you care for has nasal polyps, you’ll want to know how to work with a doctor to find an effective treatment.
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) joined with PlatformQ Health and MedLive for another educational program, “Taking Charge to Breathe Easier: Strategies to Address Nasal Polyps.”
During this one-hour program, you will learn how to take a more active approach to manage your nasal polyps and work with your doctor to improve treatment. The program is divided into four sessions. The topics include:
- Chapter 1: What are the symptoms of nasal polyps?
- Chapter 2: Is surgery the only option for nasal polyps?
- Chapter 3: Managing nasal polyps with medicine
- Chapter 4: Making your voice heard: Talking with your doctor to reduce time to diagnosis and improve access to treatment.
Watch on demand to learn more about managing nasal polyps from top experts!
CME Program for Health Care Professionals Who Treat Patients With Nasal Polyps
Are you a health care professional who treats someone with nasal polyps? Watch now for “Moving Toward a Targeted Approach for Nasal Polyps,” an on demand program for health care professionals. This CME program is hosted by AAFA, PlatformQ Health, and ImmunologyLive and covers:
- The patient burden of nasal polyps
- Limitations of traditional nasal polyp treatments
- Rationale for targeted approaches to nasal polyp management
- Emerging therapies for those with nasal polyps