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Recognizing Patients With LAM

March 8, 2017 at 10:15 am

Now through March 11, it’s Lymphangioleiomyomatosis Week at ATS. LAM is a rare, neoplastic disorder. While LAM can affect many organs in the body, it most often causes a progressive and irreversible lung disease due to loss of lung function from the appearance of multiple cysts in the lung. Visit our website for more information and a variety of LAM resources.

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