• Reviewed on 8/12
    By Dr. Tinkelman

Interactions and Complications

It is important to remember there is no "best" drug regimen for everyone. The medication program must be individualized to your needs. Monitoring your lung disease and working with your physician on an ongoing basis is the best way to ensure that any medication program is appropriate for you.

There is always the risk of complications or interactions with a treatment program.

 

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