A toolkit for better living with eosinophilic asthma

What is eosinophilic asthma?

Eosinophilic asthma is a subtype of asthma that is often severe. This subtype is part of type 2 (Th2) asthma and is sometimes also called eos asthma or e-asthma. It is commonly seen in people who develop asthma in adulthood, although it may occur in children and young adults.

Here’s what you’ll find in this toolkit:

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About Eosinophilic Asthma

Learn about this severe subtype of asthma, a chronic lung disease.

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Diagnosis & treatment

Read about how eos asthma is diagnosed and treatment options.

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Explore practical strategies to help improve quality of life with eos asthma.

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Read answers to questions commonly asked by patients and caregivers.

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Review information about the specialists that help treat and manage eos asthma.

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Learn terms commonly used when discussing eos asthma

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Learn about eos asthma research and clinical trials.

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Connect with others and tap into a supportive community.

We hope these resources will help you be better prepared to manage your or your loved one’s eos asthma.

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