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|Title:||Is there an association between acute viral infection in the first year of life, atopy and lung function at age 5? An analysis of lung function data collected as part of the Childhood Asthma Study (CAS).|
|Abstract:||This study was designed to examine the potential interaction between early life viral infection, ascertained by collecting data on every acute respiratory infection in the first year of life, and atopy on the development of persistent asthma later in life.|
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