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By Visiongain
LONDON, UK, 27th October 2014: A new report by visiongain predicts that the world market for asthma and COPD therapies will reach $33.1bn in 2014.
By Two Elephants in a Bathtub Taking Care of Mom
Delightful story about a very profound subject. Heartwarming, sensitive account of a mother and daughter as together they face the challenges of terminal illness. It can't be about loss.
By Two Elephants in a Bathtub Taking Care of Mom
A thoughtfully, engaging story about a mother and daughter as they courageously face the challenges brought on by a "terminal" diagnosis. Penny Wagner states, "I thought I could give Mom something special during this time, but Mom gave me more."
By Penny Wagner/Two Elephants in a Bathtub
Heartfelt, engaging story,worthwhile, about a mother and a daughter as they face, not only the challenges brought on by "terminal" illness, but the healthcare community's approach towards the end of life.
By Lung Cancer Action Network
Lung Cancer Action Network (LungCAN®) applauds the news that President Obama signed into law the Recalcitrant Cancer Research Act last week and offers a huge thank you to PanCan for initiating this effort.
By Kayleigh Sydenham
Billericay man Asa Haydon is gearing up to run his first marathon in April to raise money for lung disease charity LAM Action.
By Jeff Jurmain
A new study shows a big new arena for vitamin D in terms of health. The nutrient that keeps coming up in the news has sprung forth in this area: preventing lung diseases.
By Frontier Lifeline
World COPD Day was celebrated on November 17th, 2010. To spread awareness about COPD, Dr.KM Cherian’s Frontier Lifeline organized a free spirometry test camp.
By Lightword Publishing
The three types of malignant mesothelioma are listed. The asbestos link to lung cancer is explained. An example about how the EPA enforces the Asbestos Emergency Act to protect school children from lung cancer. Facts about lung cancer.
By Wiley-Blackwell
Smoking is a more harmful behavior for women compared to men, especially in regards to the risk of developing COPD.

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