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Best Ways to Follow Asthma Control

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    Although asthma is chronic, it is treatable. The new asthma guidelines demonstrate a shift in attitudes.  Whereas we used to assess the severity of the condition, now we ask how well it is controlled. Dr. John Oppenheimer, director of clinical research at Pulmonary and Allergy Associates as well as clinical associate professor of medicine at the New Jersey Medical School in Newark, New Jersey, explores the best ways to follow asthma control with host Dr. Ketan Sheth.

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    Although asthma is chronic, it is treatable. The new asthma guidelines demonstrate a shift in attitudes.  Whereas we used to assess the severity of the condition, now we ask how well it is controlled. Dr. John Oppenheimer, director of clinical research at Pulmonary and Allergy Associates as well as clinical associate professor of medicine at the New Jersey Medical School in Newark, New Jersey, explores the best ways to follow asthma control with host Dr. Ketan Sheth.

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