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The official blog of the Lung Institute.

How Stem Cells are Being Used to Treat Diseases Today

26 Apr 2017
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How Stem Cells are Being Used to Treat Diseases Today

Stem cell therapy is the use of stem cells to treat a condition. Learn more about how stem cells are being used to treat various diseases today.

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What is COPD? Understanding Your Disease and Your Options

25 Apr 2017
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What is COPD? Understanding Your Disease and Your Options

While COPD affects many people, a common question remains: What is COPD? Keep reading to learn more about COPD and your options here.

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What is a Breath Exerciser and How Can It Help?

24 Apr 2017
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What is a Breath Exerciser and How Can It Help?

What is a breath exerciser? It can mean different things. For some, it may mean a rehabilitation device after surgery. For an athlete, it can allow them to train their air control, but for someone living with chronic lung disease, it can restore their quality of life. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to provide an answer to What Is a Breath Exerciser and How Can It Help?

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The Relationship between COPD and Heart Problems

21 Apr 2017
| Under COPD, Related Conditions | Posted by | 16 Comments
The Relationship between COPD and Heart Problems

COPD and heart problems have many similar symptoms and can be conditions that occur together. Learn the facts about COPD and heart problems as well as your treatment options here.

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Stem Cell Treatment Review for Pulmonary Fibrosis

Stem Cell Treatment Review for Pulmonary Fibrosis

Each treatment option is unique. That’s why more people are turning to stem cell therapy to help their pulmonary fibrosis symptoms. Read their reviews here.

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Bioengineering Lungs: What Research Shows

19 Apr 2017
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Bioengineering Lungs: What Research Shows

As research continues to develop, doctors and researchers studying tissue engineering and performing research on the subject see a promising future in bioengineering organs, including the lungs. Read more about this here.

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Portable Oxygen Concentrators: Benefits, Drawbacks and Alternatives

18 Apr 2017
| Under Lung Disease, Medical, Oxygen Levels | Posted by | 1 Comment
Portable Oxygen Concentrators: Benefits, Drawbacks and Alternatives

Portable oxygen concentrators can be a wonderful tool to those burdened by the inconvenience of oxygen tanks. However, they aren’t without their drawbacks. With your health in mind the Lung Institute is here to break down Portable Oxygen Concentrators: Benefits, Drawbacks and Alternatives.

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Spirometry Test: What Do My Spirometry Results Mean?

17 Apr 2017
| Under Lung Disease, Lung Function Tests, Medical | Posted by | 2 Comments
Spirometry Test: What Do My Spirometry Results Mean?

A spirometry test helps your doctor better understand the severity of your chronic lung disease. Learn more about what your spirometry test results mean here.

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COPD and Anxiety: 5 Best Relaxation Tips

12 Apr 2017
| Under COPD, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Related Conditions | Posted by | 2 Comments
COPD and Anxiety: 5 Best Relaxation Tips

COPD symptoms like breathlessness cause anxiety for many. Check out our five best relaxation tips to help you breathe easier and manage COPD and anxiety.

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* All treatments performed at Lung Institute utilize autologous stem cells, meaning those derived from a patient's own body. No fetal or embryonic stem cells are utilized in Lung Institute's procedures. Lung Institute aims to improve patients' quality of life and help them breathe easier through the use of autologous stem cell therapy. To learn more about how stem cells work for lung disease, click here.

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