Asthma in Childhood

Asthma in Childhood

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    By Margaret Lowenfeld

    So much has been written about asthma, and even asthma in childhood, that it is impossible to make an adequate review of it. I propose therefore instead to make a brief summary of those facts and opinions about asthma on which there is general agreement. As a first point all observers are agreed that there appears to be a certain kind of individual who develops asthma – and that this in very many cases, is associated with a family history of allergy.

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