Looking at Advances in the Treatment of Occupational Asthma

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For patients diagnosed with occupational asthma, sometimes taking a step as simple as leaving work can improve their condition. For others, finding relief may be a much more involved process that requires more comprehensive treatment.

For patients diagnosed with occupational asthma, sometimes taking a step as simple as leaving work can improve their condition. For others, finding relief may be a much more involved process that requires more comprehensive treatment.

At the 2014 American College of Chest Physicians Annual Meeting in Austin, TX, Susan Tarlo, MD, from the University of Toronto, discussed several treatment options that are available to patients with occupational asthma and other issues linked to the condition.

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