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Do blood eosinophil levels affect the prognosis of AECOPD patients?

      We read with great interest the article recently published by Ruiying et al. entitled “Clinical features and three-year prognosis of AECOPD patients with different levels of blood eosinophils”.
      • Ruiying W.
      • Zhaoyun Jianying X
      Clinical features and three-year prognosis of AECOPD patients with different levels of blood eosinophils.
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        Clinical features and three-year prognosis of AECOPD patients with different levels of blood eosinophils.
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