The findings highlight the need for long-term monitoring and early intervention.

The findings highlight the need for long-term monitoring and early intervention, particularly in high-risk survivors, and other health education, the researchers said. Among the measures, the investigators recommend to take survivors their lungs their lungs are avoiding tobacco smoke and air pollution as well as undergo immunization against influenza and pneumonia.

These survivors are still young; Most are still at the age of 30 years, in some cases, their lung function continued to deteriorate, but they do not have symptoms of chronic respiratory disease Our aim is to prevent this is to be explained Hiroto Inaba, the study’s lead author and assistant member in the St. Jew Department of Oncology.‘Experts predict intensified stepped up, 388 million people worldwide die prematurely at second decade of chronic non – transmitted diseases. The heart disease, stroke, some cancers, lung disorders or type 2 diabetes mellitus be ‘.. So called for Chronic Diseases announce targets.

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