We live in an age of infinite information and possibilities. Studies focused on alleviating the symptoms of lung disease are going on
About Marilyn KlinglerA nurse and a health educator, Marilyn has practiced nursing for 40 years in several specialties including intensive care, emergency, cardiac and pulmonary specialties. Her true passion is in Pulmonary Rehab where she has learned so much more from her patients than from her medical books. Marilyn has presented on strategies for better outcomes for pulmonary patients at the AZ State Nurses Association Annual Conferences, and at the State and National Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab Association Annual Conferences. She has given presentations at hospital and community groups throughout AZ. Winner of the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehab Innovation Award, she continues to explore new and better avenues to improve the health and wellness of the pulmonary population. Marilyn is the author of Triumph Over Lung Disease-How to Regain Breath and Vitality.
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