A very special thanks to all of the doctors
and scientists who took time out of their very busy schedules to allow our team
to interview them and who encouraged us to dream big.
One on One Interviews:
Glasgow, Lou A. Science Director, Corning Inc.
January 19, 2006.
Miller, Andrew R. Orthopedic Surgeon for Guthrie Group. January 9,
Miller, Joseph A. Chief Technology Officer for Corning Inc. January 17,
Takeuchi, Esther A. Director of Research for Greatbatch Technologies,
Clarence NY. December 21, 2005.
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Buteyko Asthma Management. “How Does it
Cell Press. “Carbon Dioxide Sensing Proves
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Children’s Hospital Boston. “My Child Has
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Chung, K. “Non-invasive biomarkers of
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airway inflammation in occupational lung diseases.” 2001.
Li, A., Lex, C., Zacharasiewicz, A., Wong, E.,
Erin, E., Hansel, T., Wilson, N., and Bush, A. “Cough frequency in
children with stable asthma: correlation with lung function, exhaled
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National Jewish Medical and Research Center.
“Peak Flow Learning Center.” 2005.
National Science Foundation. “Monitoring
Life, One Breath At A Time: Respiratory Sensor May Provide New Tool For
Emergency Responders.” 2004.
Siemens. “New method for early detection of
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the lungs.” 2005.
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Receiving Xolair (Omalizumab), a Monoclonal Anti-Immunoglobulin E
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