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SOLIAIR™: Alternative Pulmonary and Lung Infections Treatment! - drugdiscovery.com
SOLIAIR™: Alternative Pulmonary and Lung Infections Treatment! - drugdiscovery.com


Respiratory infections are an important factor in worsening the clinical course of chronic lung disease. Patients taking SOLIAIR™ reported a decrease in seasonal infections of the respiratory tract!
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Tags: drug development,drug discovery,medicine development,lung infections recovery,respiratory Diseases solution,breathing disorders treatment,asthma treatment,COPD solution,bronchitis therapy,COPD cure, - November 1, 2013
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