What do you think needs to change or be considered to have the greatest impact on quality of life for people with bronchiectasis?
We are asking people with bronchiectasis, their families and friends to tell us what we should be looking at to provide answers to the challenges of treating and living with non-cystic fibrosis bronchiectasis.
Take 15 minutes to complete the survey and ensure that future research and treatment is guided by you, the person with the greatest knowledge and experience of bronchiectasis.
The survey is open until March 2015, in 12 languages. Fill it in in your language:
This survey is part of the work of EMBARC (European Multicentre Bronchiectasis Audit and Research Collaboration) to facilitate multidisciplinary collaborative research in non-cystic fibrosis bronchiectasis.
To help us promote the survey, please download and display our posters:
Bronchiectasis is a lung condition where the airways become widened, causing excess mucus to build up, which can make you more prone to getting infections. Symptoms include chronic cough, excess yellow sputum (phlegm), breathlessness, and repeated infections of the airways and lungs.
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