Why is Pulmonary Fibrosis so Difficult to Diagnose and Treat?

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Pulmonary fibrosis is a lung condition that causes scarring of the lung tissue which results in difficulty breathing. With this video shared by the Royal Society of Medicine, listen in on a lecture by Dr. Melissa Wickremasinghe about living with pulmonary fibrosis and why the disease is so difficult to diagnose and treat.

Click here to watch the full lecture and learn why is it so hard to diagnose and treat pulmonary fibrosis.

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