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Ask the Experts: E-Asthma Prevention

Many patients with e-asthma find that symptoms are difficult to control. In this video, Dr. Oz talks about lowering your risk of asthma attacks when you have eosinophilic asthma, and the importance of following your asthma treatment plan.

In case you missed it on The Dr. Oz Show, watch here to learn whether your asthma could be e-asthma and what you should discuss with your doctor.
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Medically reviewed in May 2018.

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