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Citations should be made in the following way: Authors. Title. Eur Respir J 2018; 52: Suppl. 62, abstract number.

Infectious agents and childhood asthma

Chairs: M. Pijnenburg (Rotterdam, Netherlands), S. Saglani (London, United Kingdom)
Aims: to describe the role of viral respiratory infections in the inception of asthma; to show how the airway microbiome and bacteria-virus interactions can both serve as targets for asthma prevention and treatment; to discuss how the environment and gut microbiomes can act as determinants of childhood asthma and to describe the implications for prevention; and to detail the management of childhood asthma in preschool children.
Early-life viral respiratory infections and childhood asthma inception - can we unlink the association?
L. Bont (Utrecht, Netherlands)
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It’s not just viruses - the airway microbiome, bacteria-virus interactions and childhood asthma
A. Beigelman (St. Louis, MO, United States of America)
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The environment and the gut microbiome - interesting association or a rich field for future therapies?
E. von Mutius (München, Germany)
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Preschool asthma - have randomised controlled trials provided clarity on management?
J. Grigg (London, United Kingdom)
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