Asthma control in preschoolers: a strong predictor of long-term morbidity

C. Longo (Montréal, Canada), L. Blais (Montréal, Canada), M. Brownell (Winnipeg, Canada), R. Platt (Montréal, Canada), J. Quail (Saskatoon, Canada), M. Sadatsafavi (Vancouver, Canada), W. Li (Saskatoon, Canada), H. Tavakoli (Vancouver, Canada), A. Tan (Winnipeg, Canada), F. Ducharme (Montreal, Canada)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Early origins of respiratory diseases and later life consequences
Session: Early origins of respiratory diseases and later life consequences
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 4971

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C. Longo (Montréal, Canada), L. Blais (Montréal, Canada), M. Brownell (Winnipeg, Canada), R. Platt (Montréal, Canada), J. Quail (Saskatoon, Canada), M. Sadatsafavi (Vancouver, Canada), W. Li (Saskatoon, Canada), H. Tavakoli (Vancouver, Canada), A. Tan (Winnipeg, Canada), F. Ducharme (Montreal, Canada). Asthma control in preschoolers: a strong predictor of long-term morbidity. 4971

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