The role of ILD nurses & patient support groups - Speaker andÿlocal patient representative

M. S. Wijsenbeek (Rotterdam, Netherlands)

Source: ERS Course 2019 - Interstitial Lung Diseases
Number: 25
Disease area: Interstitial lung diseases

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