Lung diseases and self-management – what is missing?

M. Clari (Torino, Italy), J. De Brandt (Diepenbeek, Belgium), C. Kelly (Lancashire, UK), K. Heslop-Marshall (Newcastle upon Tyne, UK), S. Jones (Cambridge, United Kingdom)

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