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Respiratory Specialists Association Raises Concerns Over Asthma Prevalence in Children

April 28, Colombo (LNW): The Sri Lanka Respiratory Specialists Association has sounded an alarm regarding the prevalence of asthma among children and adolescents in the country, estimating that between 10 and 15 percent exhibit symptoms of the condition.

Dr. Neranjan Dissanayake, Chairman of the association, highlighted Sri Lanka’s position among nations with a high incidence of asthma patients. He emphasized the critical importance of timely control and management of asthma, cautioning that neglecting to address the condition promptly can lead to various complications.

The association’s concerns shed light on the imperative for heightened awareness, proactive measures, and effective management strategies to tackle asthma among Sri Lanka’s younger population.

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