Suzanne Bujara

Suzanne Bujara

As a medical writer with more than 20 years of experience, Suzanne has written for Medscape, myCME, praxis.md, and Medical Economics magazine. She is passionate about public health, education, and patient advocacy. Suzanne has a BA and MBA from Rutgers University.

Most Recent Articles by Suzanne Bujara

Telling Time by Asthma, Allergy Symptom Severity

Telling Time by Asthma, Allergy Symptom Severity

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Clinicians are gaining a better understanding of how asthma and allergies are regulated by the circadian clock, which will help patients better alleviate their symptoms.

Endobronchial Valve Therapy: A Nonsurgical Option for Advanced Emphysema

Endobronchial Valve Therapy: A Nonsurgical Option for Advanced Emphysema

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Bronchoscopic lung volume reduction with valve replacement shows the most promise for improving lung function, exercise tolerance, and quality of life in patients with advanced emphysema.

Adipose Tissue Transfer, Lung Scaffolds: The Future of Stem Cells in COPD

Adipose Tissue Transfer, Lung Scaffolds: The Future of Stem Cells in COPD

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Clinicians are eager for new therapies to address the damage to airways and lung parenchyma because no current therapy can completely reverse COPD damage.

Lung Cancer Imaging in Asymptomatic Patients: To Screen or Not to Screen?

Lung Cancer Imaging in Asymptomatic Patients: To Screen or Not to Screen?

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Although screening for lung cancer with low-dose computed tomography has demonstrated a reduction in mortality, some experts say the benefits do not outweigh the potential harms.

Is There an "Ideal" Cystic Fibrosis Candidate for Lung Transplantation?

Is There an "Ideal" Cystic Fibrosis Candidate for Lung Transplantation?

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Lung transplantation can extend survival in patients with cystic fibrosis who have compromised lung function and increasing exacerbations.

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