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Whose more susceptible to getting lower respiratory tract infections?

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Dr. Henry Bloom
Family Medicine
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In brief: Chronic lung disease

Anyone with chronic lung disease, such as asthma, smokers, those with immune problems, and elderly people, are more at risk.

In brief: Chronic lung disease

Anyone with chronic lung disease, such as asthma, smokers, those with immune problems, and elderly people, are more at risk.
Dr. Henry Bloom
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Dr. Sarkis Banipalsin
Family Medicine

In brief: Patient and source

Those who are more in contact with the source, people with baseline lung problems such as asthma, copd, immunocompromised individuals, and elderly, or very young.

In brief: Patient and source

Those who are more in contact with the source, people with baseline lung problems such as asthma, copd, immunocompromised individuals, and elderly, or very young.
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