Breath of Fresh Air
The Partners Asthma Center's asthma newsletter, Breath of Fresh Air, returns as an electronic publication.
The Partners Asthma Center proudly publishes Breath of Fresh Air, a quarterly newsletter for persons with asthma and for their families and friends, allowing us an opportunity to communicate with you about what is new in asthma care, and to keep you updated on events and activities of interest to persons with asthma and allergic diseases.
To save money and trees, Partners Asthma Center has elected to continue publication of Breath of Fresh Air as an electronic version rather than printed copy. We hope that you will enjoy timely information about asthma and about Partners Asthma Center. Simply click on a link below to view these fully electronic issues.
You will find articles about asthma and related illnesses, a readers' section with questions and suggestions about asthma, profiles of members of the Asthma Center staff, news about on-going asthma research projects, and helpful "tips" to maintain the health of your lungs. This newsletter is being developed to help you as you live with your asthma; we hope that, if you wish to do so, you will take an active role in shaping its contents. Write to us, fax us, or communicate with us by electronic mail on the Internet to let us know your thoughts about our—and your—newsletter. Help us to make it a Breath of Fresh Air blowing in your life.
Our mailing address is: Partners Asthma Center, Brigham and
Women's Hospital, 75 Francis Street, Boston, MA 02115. Our fax
number is 617-732-7421. And our Internet address for electronic
mail is ASTHMA@Partners.org.
Past Issues in PDF Format (requires Adobe Acrobat
Breath of Fresh Air: Volume 10, Number 4 was not published
Not all of our patients at Partners Asthma Center will have received (or read) all of the issues of Breath of Fresh Air. And new patients will not have had the opportunity to see any of this material. For these reasons we have put together in this one volume, The Best of Breath of Fresh Air: The First Five Years (1995-2000), a collection of the best articles from the first 20 issues of our newsletter. The material has been reviewed and updated as needed so that it is accurate as of the current date of publication. We hope that you find it of interest.