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Tisha Campbell NOT Dying From Lung Disease

February 10, 2011 05:56:19 GMT

Dismissing report that she's losing battle against a longterm lung disease, Tisha Campbell says, 'I'm happy to share that I stay healthy with diet and exercise.'


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American TV actress Tisha Campbell-Martin has reached out to fans to assure them she is in good health after a U.S. tabloid report alleged she was losing her battle against a longterm lung disease. The former "My Wife and Kids" star was diagnosed with sarcoidosis, which causes inflammation in the lymph nodes, a few years ago, but a recent article in the National Enquirer suggested her condition was deteriorating and she was dying.

However, the 42-year-old wife of actor Duane Martin has dismissed the allegations and insists she has the illness under control. In a statement issued to People magazine, Campbell-Martin says, "Thank you, everyone, for your concern. However, no worry is needed."

"I was diagnosed with a lung disorder that some people walk around with and don't even know they have. Through early diagnosis I'm happy to share that I stay healthy with diet and exercise."


 




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posted by Roflumilast on Apr 01, 2011
Daxas is an oral treatment for severe COPD. It reduces exacerbations considerably and improves the patient’s lung function.
posted by Exacerbations on Feb 24, 2011
Daxas, also referred to as roflumilast, is an orally administered drug inhibiting inflammation of the lungs caused by Chronic obstructive lung disease (COPD). It is the only drug of its kind on the marked. COPD exacerbations usually start from a lung infection such as a cold; however, exposure to harmful pollutants can also trigger the symptoms.
posted by Chronic obstructive on Feb 19, 2011
There is not yet a cure for COPD; however, Daxas - one of the best treatments available – offers real benefits in patients with severe COPD with a history of frequent exacerbations. In addition an active lifestyle and a healthy diet may also slow the progress of the disease.

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