Acute exacerbations of IPF: A neglected threat in IPF ?

Prof. Dr. Michael Kreuter (Heidelberg, Germany)

Source: ERS webinars 2019 - Acute exacerbations of IPF
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Disease area: Airway diseases

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Dionysios Malamis - 01.09.2019 10:18
It would be better if short text under the slides

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Excellent , very informative and very practical
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