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New SPIROMICS research points to underdiagnosed respiratory illness

The SPIROMICS study gained national media attention in August for a new publication, which you can read about in our newsletter. “The number of people with smoking-related lung disease is bigger than we used to think. Only 50% of smokers get COPD, but if you count this disease, it's a much bigger percentage that has chronic problems." - Prescott Woodruff, Lead Investigator, SPIROMICS


McKleroy W, Shing T, Anderson WH, et al. Longitudinal Follow-Up of Participants With Tobacco Exposure and Preserved Spirometry. JAMA. 2023;330(5):442–453. doi:10.1001/jama.2023.11676. Pubmed ID: 37526720

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