Clean Air and Lung Health

Clean air is vitally important for people who live with aspergillosis. Chemical pollutants have the capacity to worsen symptoms and quality of life, PM2.5 particulates (mentioned in this video) include aspergillus and other fungal spores. Mortality attributable to...

What is an allergy?

What is an aspergillus allergy?There are two main Aspergillus infections that directly involve allergy. One is ABPA and the other is allergic fungal rhinosinusitis. In both cases the patient has an allergic reaction against the infecting material – this is completely...

Patients & Carers meeting July 2016

DateSpeakerTitleTime startsDurationJuly 2016Graham AthertonIndoor Air Quality0'00'00secs0'48'43secsDr. Karl Heyes and Dr Alexandra BallAspergillosis and Lung transplant: "If my lungs are that bad, why can't I just have a transplant?"0'48'43secs1'05'00secsLed by Graham...

CAPSULE project

Doctors treating Chronic Pulmonary Aspergillosis patients have long used the St George Respiratory Quality of Life Questionnaire to collect information directly from patients on how they feel, information about symptoms, and ability to carry out certain activities. We...

Living with & Managing Chronic Illness

As many of you know, chronic conditions like Aspergillosis require more than just medical intervention. Chronic illnesses necessitate emotional resilience, adaptability, understanding, and physical strength. Patient-centric strategies have proven successful in...

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