Men are more likely to develop asthma as children, whereas women are more likely to develop asthma after the age of 30, according to the findings of a study published in the August 2002 issue of the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. This study of the incidence of asthma from birth to age 44 in 18,873 subjects showed that:
The age of asthma onset is important because people with early-onset asthma have, on average, a shorter duration of the disease and a higher remission rate than people with late-onset asthma (68% vs 25%).
The Oncology Care Pharmacist in Health-System Pharmacy
According to the National Cancer Institute, almost 40% of men and women will be given a diagnosis of some form of cancer in their lifetime.
News from the year's biggest meetings
Clinical features with downloadable PDFs