If you have nasal polyps,
or chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyposis (CRSwNP), you know about the constant runny nose, nasal congestion, facial pain and loss of smell. But did you know that science is changing the way we understand this condition?
Advances in science have linked nasal polyps to a specific type of underlying inflammation.
It’s called type 2 inflammation, which is caused by an imbalance in the immune system.
50% of people with nasal polyps may also have asthma.
That’s because both nasal polyps and asthma are associated with type 2 inflammation.
of people with nasal polyps have type 2 inflammation.
And it’s this inflammation that makes your nasal polyps more severe.
Nasal sprays, steroids and surgery can be effective. However, they don’t always provide lasting relief, because they don’t target the type 2 inflammation associated with nasal polyps. And this is just the beginning…
Ask your doctor how science is changing the face of nasal polyps.download brochure
Working together, we can bring more awareness to
illuminate the latest advances in the science of type 2
inflammation and empower people to take action
to strive for better asthma control.
Start using your next breath today to inspire others to get informed
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