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Helping Americans Breathe Easier
Asthma cannot be cured, but it can be controlled. School children with asthma need to know how to control their asthma. They may also need to be able to use their asthma medications at school. Watch this video to learn how one parent worked with CDC’s National Asthma Control Program and state, local, and national partners to help children gain access to their own asthma medications at school. Due to these efforts, by 2010 all 50 states had passed self–carry laws.
Helping Americans Gain Asthma Control: Read how one CDC-funded home-based asthma case management program changed a child's life and gave his family the skills to keep him healthy.
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