Survivors Guilt

Every time I hear about someone who died from asthma, especially when it’s a child, I can’t help but feel just a […]

SARP Newsletter

The Severe Asthma Research Program’s first Newsletter. Well worth reading! A Breath of Fresh Air Related Posts:A Special Christmas GiftWelcome to the […]

SARP II complete

Well, almost. The study actually lasts for 3 years, but the bulk of the testing can usually be completed in 4 half […]

Asthma Phenotypes

Physician researchers at the University of Pittsburgh Asthma Institute at UPMC are now using molecular and genetic information to identify asthma phenotypes […]

Tour De Badass YVR

“Badassmatic (adj.): Person with asthma better defined by badassery. Possesses insatiable desire for growth, change and adventure.“ ( Brought to you courtesy […]

Dupilumab , A Game Changer ?

When I heard the news today that there’s a new drug in the pipeline for severe asthma, I about fell out of […]

Self Service

Just one of the advantages of being an asthmatic Respiratory Therapist, though the hospital staff might not be so thrilled. They get […]

So,what brings you here?

Over the years Ive built up a pretty loyal following of friends who are interested in what Ive been up to and […]

Boston or Bust!

So in just a few hours Bib# 21619 is off to the Boston area to take another stab at the mother of […]