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New high-tech devices monitor asthma, raise awareness

August 02, 2012

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2018836666_asthmatech03m.html

 

Source - Seattle Times


In the past few years, asthma patients have seen technology make the disease more manageable. Children often cannot efficiently manage their asthma, so parents play a significant role. This led to doctors at Seattle Children's shifting the focus from child to parent.

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