APRIL 26TH, 2022 - 5:00 pm CEST

Five webinars focused on the diagnostic work-up in patients with recurrent
angioedema including hereditary angioedema (HAE), therapy control and

The overall aim of this webinar series is to help to provide the optimal
therapy to all patients with recurrent angioedema as early as possible,
especially patients with HAE.

The webinars will cover strategies for achieving earlier diagnosis and lower
rates of misdiagnoses, approaches for family screening in patients with HAE,
the implementation of close-meshed therapy control, and guidance on how to
continuously optimize therapy methods. This fifth webinar focuses on patient stories and their journeys in living with HAE in Eastern Europe. We will explore the changes that have happened over the last couple of years, the roles that patients, patient organizations, physicians, government agencies and other factors played in bringing these changes about.

Introduction 5’
Marcus Maurer, Germany
3 histories. 3 outlooks.
My life with HAE, formerly and now. What has changed?
What do they wish for the future. 15’
Reducing inequities in health resources around the world
and focus on eastern Europe. Progress over the past
decade and the role of patient organisations. 15’
Michal Rutkowski, Poland
How to get things rolling? Little strokes fell big oaks. 25’
Marcus Maurer, Michal Rutkowski, Anna Valerieva
and all participants


Marcus Maurer
Allergie-Centrum-Charité, Dpt. of Dermatology and Allergy, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin;
Fraunhofer Institute for Translational Medicine and Pharmacology (ITMP),
Allergology and Immunology, Berlin, Germany
Michal Rutkowski
Vice President of HAEi, Poland
Anna Valerieva
Chief Assistant Professor, Department of Allergology, Medical University of Sofia,
University Hospital “Alexandrovska”


Sponsored by TAKEDA