ACARE - Angioedema Centers of Reference and Excellence
The GA2LEN | HAEi ACARE network is a joint initiative by GA²LEN, the Global Allergy and Asthma European Network, and HAEi, the global umbrella organization for the world’s hereditary angioedema patient groups.
The ACARE program is a joint initiative by GA²LEN and HAE International (HAEi) for developing and accrediting an interactive network of centers of reference and excellence in angioedema. Angioedema is a common and debilitating condition and can be a challenge for both patients and treating physicians, especially when recurrent.
The main aims of the GA²LEN | HAEi angioedema centers of reference and excellence (ACARE) program and network:
provide excellence in angioedema management
increase the knowledge of angioedema by research and education
promote the awareness of angioedema by advocacy activities.
broaden access to modern HAE medicines in countries where they are available
make concerted and systematic efforts to bring modern medicines to countries where there are none
Increase of the quality of life and information exchange worldwide
Timothy J. Craig and his Center for Allergy and Immunology at Penn State University in Hershey, PA, USA
We are pleased to welcome Timothy J. Craig and his Center for Allergy and Immunology at Penn State University in Hershey, PA, USA, to the ACARE network. We are confident that this will be the first of many ACAREs to follow in the U.S., and we are looking forward to an...
HAExpert Webinar available on demand: Could it be hereditary angioedema (HAE)? – What to look out for
View the recording of the webinar that took place on 25th March, which aimed to provide a greater understanding of the symptoms of HAE in different specialty settings in which an HAE patient may first present, and to highlight the importance of multi-disciplinary...