He is member of the Joint Task Force on Health Care Reform for allergy & immunology under the auspices of the JCAAI, the ACAAI, and the AAAAI and a member of the Asthma Special Committee of the World Allergy Organization (WAO).
What does WAO stand for?
WAO stands for World Allergy Organization
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We have 29 other meanings of WAO in our Acronym Attic
- Weapons Assignment Officer
- Weeks After Order
- Weighted Average of Individual Offsets
- Wet Air Oxidation
- Wet Op Arbeidsongeschiktheid (legislation, Netherlands)
- Wild Animal Orphanage
- Women's Aid Organisation (Malaysia)
- Women's American ORT
- Work Area Outlet
- Workshop on Accelerator Operations
- World Association for Orphans and Abandoned Children (various locations)
- World Autism Organisation
- Workshop on Approximation and Online Algorithms
- Washington Office of Attorney General
- Women Artists of the American West
- World Agricultural Outlook Board
- West African Organized Crime Section (Australia)
- West Australian Olive Council
- Will Advise on Cover (law enforcement computer aided dispatch)
- Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts
Samples in periodicals archive:
Revised nomenclature for allergy for global use: Report of the Nomenclature Review Committee of the World Allergy Organization, October 2003.
technology NY 24x Texas Diversity--Texas Diversity Council, Dallas, business TX 4x Theoretical Ecology--Springer, New York 4x environmental Tissue Engineering Methods--Mary Ann Liebert, biotechnology New Rochelle, NY 4x Tissue Engineering Reviews--Mary Ann Liebert, biotechnology New Rochelle, NY 4x Virtualization Review--1105 Media, Chatsworth, business CA 12x Vocations & Learning--Springer, New York 4x education WindowsWorld--IDG Private Media, Bangalore, computers India 12x World Allergy Organization Journal--World Allergy medical Org.
The study, which was supported by an educational grant from Altana Pharma and conducted in cooperation with the World Allergy Organization and American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, was sufficiently powered to ensure statistical significance globally and in each country.
Letting patients with persistent asthma adjust the dosage of their inhaled medications reduced exacerbations, decreased overall drug use, and reduced costs in a large Canadian trial presented at the World Allergy Organization Congress.