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One of the best places to start learning about your asthma is to talk to your doctor or nurse. You can also contact the places listed here. Each is a resource for asthma facts and support.

Take these 3 steps to get the help you want

  1. Write down your questions before you call.
  2. Keep your questions handy for your phone call. Write down your answers as you hear them.
  3. Ask the person to repeat anything that isn't clear to you.

Allergy and Asthma
Network/Mothers of Asthmatics

(800) 878-4403
www.aanma.org


American Academy of
Allergy, Asthma, and
Immunology

(800)822-2762
www.aaaai.org


American College of
Allergy, Asthma, and
Immunology

(847)427-1200
www.acaai.org

 

American Lung
Association

(847)586-4872
www.lungusa.org

Asthma and Allergy
Foundation of America

(800) 727-8462
www.aafa.org


National Asthma
Education and
Prevention Program
NHLBI Health
Information Network

(301)592-8573
www.nhlbi.nih.govabout/naepp


National Jewish Medical
and Research Center
(Lung Line)

(847)222-5864
www.njc.org

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