Undefined differences in pathophysiology between cystic fibrosis (CF) and bronchiectasis mean clinicians have to continue to exercise caution in extrapolating evidence from one group to another. Speaking at the TSANZSRS meeting on Why doesn’t treatment for CF bronchiectasis work in non-CF related bronchiectasis? Associate Professor Luke Hoffman said he thought the topic was however ‘deliberately ...
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