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Breathe In Breathe Out

Breathe in Breathe out.
When you are sure;
Or when you're in doubt.

Breathe in Breathe out.
When you are calm;
Or when you freak out.

Breathe in Breathe out.
When you are alone;
Or when you hangout.

Breathe in Breathe out.
When you are idling;
Or when you workout.

Breathe in Breathe out.
When you stay silent;
Or when you shout.

Breathe in Breathe out.
While walking in daylight;
Or while sleeping at night.

Breathe in Breathe out.
But beware, each breath;
Brings you closer to death.       

Source: Breathe In Breathe Out - Poem by Md. Asadullah.                  

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The Airway Stenosis Patients Association was founded in January 2013. Our aims are to prevent delayed diagnosis of airway stenosis, as it is often diagnosed as asthma to begin with – leaving patients at risk. We also plan to raise awareness of this rare condition, and provide as much support as possible to patients all around the world who need it.


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Idiopathic Progressive Subglottic Stenosis

I am blessed to have found great maintenance and care for my IPSS through being treated by amazing surgeons - experts in this feild. I want to help others avoid the pitfalls of the long search to treat this disorder, and and navigate through the lack of surgeons qualified to treat it.

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