Outcome for children of parents with atopic asthma and transient childhood wheezy bronchitis

Christie, G. L.; Helms, P. J.; Ross, S. J.; Godden, D. J.; Friend, J. A. R.; Legge, J. S.; Haites, N. E.; Douglas, J. G.
November 1997
Thorax;Nov1997, Vol. 52 Issue 11, p953
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