Good bugs may have a role to play in treatment of COPD
By Amanda Sheppeard
17 Feb 2016
Balancing both good and bad bacteria in the airways of patients with COPD may reduce inflammation and improve lung health and quality of life, a study has found. The research, published in Respirology, is one of few to date that have examined the non-pathogenic ‘normal’ respiratory flora in the lower airways. Lead author, Associate Professor Jodie ...