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Comment from: chris, 65-74 Female (Patient) Published: December 22

I had a bilateral lung transplant 5 years ago. Because I am going through chronic rejection I had a lung biopsy which ended in a collapsed lung. After all this time things are starting to happen which I never thought would.

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