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 ...
Good bugs may have a role to play in treatment of COPD
By Amanda Sheppeard
17 Feb 2016