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“We found that increased airway inflammation, demonstrated by higher concentrations of sputum proteases and cytokines, was associated with two important indicators of lung disease: impaired lung function and structural airway damage as determined by chest CT,” Scott D. Sagel, MD, PhD, professor of pediatrics-pulmonary medicine at University of Colorado School of Medicine, told Healio.