Better news with bronchiectasis in Indigenous children

A long-term follow-up of Indigenous children with chronic suppurative lung disease (CSLD) or bronchiectasis across three countries has shown encouraging respiratory outcomes. The study was able to follow up 73% of 180 children from Australia, New Zealand and Alaska, at a median of 9.0 years after their recruitment to earlier local studies. It found that ...

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