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Is COPD Affecting Your Quality of Life?

13 Nov 2015
| Under COPD | Posted by | 2 Comments
Is COPD Affecting Your Quality of Life?

It starts off with a shortness of breath or a constant cough. But before you know it, it’s difficult to take deep breaths and additional oxygen is needed to get through the day. It’s then, that you find out you have COPD.

November is National COPD Awareness Month and to help bring attention to this terrible disease, we’re asking people with lung problems to take our quiz to see the which level of severity COPD is affecting your life. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a progressive form of lung disease ranging from mild to severe. According to the American Lung Association, COPD is the third leading cause of death in the United States and more than 11 million people have been diagnosed with the disease. COPD also encompasses emphysema and chronic bronchitis.

Below is a quiz to see to what level is COPD Affecting Your Quality of Life?

Fill out my online form.

If you or a loved one is interested in stem cell therapy for lung disease, contact us at the Lung Institute to learn more or call (800) 729-3065 today.

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2 Comments

  1. Cameron Kennerly

    1 year ago

    Hello Walter,

    We’re sorry to hear that. And we can certainly understand and appreciate your position. However, please feel free to contact us at 1-855-313-1149 to speak with one of our patient coordinators regarding alternative funding options. Previous patients have at times found success through unique fundraising opportunities proposed by our patient coordinator staff.

    We look forward to hearing from you Walter,

    -The Lung Institute

  2. walter comedy

    1 year ago

    I cant afford it, Maybe one day my medicare will accept it , Until then my fixed income is not enough for the process,

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