EDS ECHO Event Series: Allergy and Immunology Complications

EDS ECHO Event Series: Allergy and Immunology Complications

December 4-5, 2021

We are delighted to be hosting a dedicated event for allergy and immunology complications in the Ehlers-Danlos syndromes and hypermobility spectrum disorder. Join us as leading experts present the latest research, management, and scientific information. 

We will be offering live translations during this event in English (original language), French, German, Spanish, and Italian. 

December 4, 2021, will be Healthcare Professionals Day. CME/CEU/CE Credits will be available (pending approval), and available to claim for sessions that are viewed LIVE.
The healthcare professional’s day will take place from 08:45 AM – 4.45 PM Eastern Time.

December 5, 2021, will be Community Day.
This day is for members of the EDS and HSD community, their families, and caregivers. The community day will take place from 08:45 AM – 4:45 PM Eastern Time.
(Please use the converter world time buddy to find the correct times in your location)

The agenda will be announced soon. 

The conference will take place online via Zoom Webinar. If you have questions please email events@ehlers-danlos.com.

Registrations for our EDS ECHO Event Series: Allergy and Immunology Complications are now open!

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Listen in your own language

English (Original Language), French, German, Spanish, and Italian. 

Making our conferences and resources more accessible worldwide is a long-term goal that we have to continue spreading awareness, and we hope to be able to offer an even larger range of translation services at future conferences. 


Sponsorships are available for this conference; please see our prospectus and commitment form, or contact the development team at giving@ehlers-danlos.com

Supporting Sponsors

Lipedema Foundation

Lipedema is a chronic medical condition characterized by asymmetric buildup of adipose tissue (fat) in the legs and arms that occurs almost exclusively in women. It is a common but underrecognized disorder. Lipedema may cause pain, swelling, and easy bruising and be accompanied by an unusual texture within the fat that can feel like rice, peas, or walnuts beneath the surface of the skin.  

At the Lipedema Foundation, we support collaborative research that addresses the basic biology, genetics, and epidemiology of lipedema with a mission to define, diagnose and develop treatments. 

Please visit our website lipedema.org to learn more about the Lipedema Foundation. 

39 Lewis Street,
4th FloorGreenwich,
CT 06830
+1-203-489-2989 | info@lipedema.org