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Molecular Pathogenesis of Progressive Lung Diseases Author: Larry H. Bernstein, MD, FCAP Abstract The lung and its airways are constantly exposed to the air we breath, its contaminants, microparticulates (asbestose), and incidental microorganisms, such as viruses. These are sources of acute and chronic pulmonary diseases. Just as the lung remodels in normal growth and […]
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