Prediction of acute respiratory disease in current and former smokers with and without COPD

Russell P. Bowler, Victor Kim, Elizabeth Regan, André A.A. Williams, Stephanie A. Santorico, Barry J. Make, David A. Lynch, John E. Hokanson, George R. Washko, Peter Bercz, Xavier Soler, Nathaniel Marchetti, Gerard J. Criner, Joe Ramsdell, Mei Lan K. Han, Dawn Demeo, Antonio Anzueto, Alejandro Comellas, James D. Crapo, Mark DransfieldJ. Michael Wells, Craig P. Hersh, Neil MacIntyre, Fernando Martinez, Hrudaya P. Nath, Dennis Niewoehner, Frank Sciurba, Amir Sharafkhaneh, Edwin K. Silverman, Edwin J.R. Van Beek, Carla Wilson, Christine Wendt, Robert A. Wise, Jeffrey Curtis, Ella Kazerooni, Nicola Hanania, Philip Alapat, Venkata Bandi, Kalpalatha Guntupalli, Elizabeth Guy, William Lunn, Antara Mallampalli, Charles Trinh, Mustafa Atik, Francine Jacobson, R. Graham Barr, Byron Thomashow, John Austin, Lacey Washington, H. Page McAdams, Richard Rosiello, Timothy Bresnahan, Charlene McEvoy, Joseph Tashjian, Nadia Hansel, Robert Brown, Richard Casaburi, Janos Porszasz, Hans Fischer, Matt Budoff, Tadashi Allen, Kathryn Rice, Marilyn Foreman, Gloria Westney, Eugene Berkowitz, Adam Friedlander, Eleonora Meoni, Aditi Satti, A. James Mamary, Robert Steiner, Chandra Dass, William Bailey, Lynn Gerald, Paul Ferguson, Paul Friedman, Geoffrey McLennan, Edwin J.R. Van Beek, Deborah Thompson, Joel Weissfeld, Carl Fuhrman, Jessica Bon, Sandra Adams, Carlos Orozco, C. Santiago Restrepo, Amy Mumbower, Jonathan Samet, Amy Willis, Douglas Stinson, Terri Beaty, Barbara Klanderman, Nan Laird, Christoph Lange, Iuliana Ionita, Joyce Schroeder, John Newell, John Reilly, Harvey Coxson, Philip Judy, Eric Hoff Man, Raul San Jose Estepar, Rebecca Leek, Jordan Zach, Alex Kluiber, Anastasia Rodionova, Tanya Mann, Robert Crapo, Robert Jensen, Homayoon Farzadegan, James Murphy, Douglas Everett

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