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A bronchial inflammation that is persistent, often caused by cigarette smoking, exposure to other irritants or recurrent infection, is characterized by mucus secretions, cough, and frequently increasing difficulty in breathing.
An abnormal condition of the lungs in which there is over inflation of the air sacs of the lungs, leading to a breakdown of their wall, a decrease in respiratory function, and, in severe cases, increasing breathlessness. It appears to be associated with chronic bronchitis, smoking and advancing age; one form that occurs early in life is related to a hereditary lack of an enzyme.
Please submit to this category if your site is a personal page including information about COPD, or a personal account of living with the condition.

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This category is for personal pages that include information about COPD, or for personal accounts of living with the condition.
Sites in this category serve the support needs of people with Emphysema or similar conditions. The sites provide information and resources. Many sites provide up to the minuet news on issues related to health. All sites listed are interactive - you will find message boards & chat areas. You are encouraged to read each sites PRIVACY POLICY. Use these sites for educational & support purposes only. They should not be used as a substitute for a consultation with your doctor or other health care provider.
This category is for sites offering general information about COPD treatments. If your site offers further content, please submit to the general category.

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Sites offering general information about COPD treatments.
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