Rhinovirus is typically viewed as the cause of the common cold, but that is not the only disease it can cause. In this ICAAC 2009 press panel participants present the latest research on the effects of rhinovirus beyond a cold including its potential role in asthma, new and emerging rhinoviruses around the world and promising treatments for rhinovirus infection that have yet to make it to market and why.
Ian Mackay, SASVRC, Royal Children's Hospital, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Nathan Bartlett, Imperial Coll., London, , United Kingdom
Ronald Turner, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, United States