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Scourge of asthma is acute in N.E.

Treatment lags, study contends

By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / April 26, 2010

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Not only does New England have the nation’s highest rate of asthma, but the disease remains poorly controlled in most patients — routinely causing trips to the hospital and lost days at school and work, according to a study being released today. (Full article: 986 words)

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