COPD: Providing the right treatment for the right patient at the right time

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a common disease associated with significant morbidity and mortality that is both preventable and treatable.

However, a major challenge in recognizing, preventing, and treating COPD is understanding its complexity. While COPD has historically been characterized as a disease defined by airflow limitation, we now understand it as a multi-component disease with many clinical phenotypes, systemic manifestations, and associated co-morbidities.

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Alvar Agusti, Nicolino Ambrosino, Felicity Blackstock, Jean Bourbeau, Richard Casaburi, Bartolome Celli, Rebecca Crouch,Roberto Dal Negro,, Michael Dreher, Christine Garvey, Daniel Gerardi, Roger Goldstein, Nicola Hanania, Anne E. Holland, Antarpreet Kaur, Suzanne Lareau, Peter K., Lindenauer, David Mannino, Barry Make, François Maltais, Jeffrey D. Marciniuk, Paula Meek, Mike Morgan, Jean-Louis, Pepin, Jane Z. Reardon, Carolyn, Rochester, Sally Singh, Martijn, A. Spruit, Michael C. Steiner, Thierry Troosters, Michele, Vitacca, Enico Clini, Jose Jardim, Linda Nici, Jonathan Raskin, Richard ZuWallack.

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