Analysis

Are we nearing a turning point in children’s asthma services?

Asthma has become so common in the UK that there are, on average, at least two children with the condition in every classroom. Moreover, the familiarity of the condition may have bred complacency. The Royal College of Physicians (2014) National Review of Asthma Deaths warned that not enough was being done to reduce unnecessary admissions and deaths. The findings of the report were shocking, but perhaps unsurprising

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