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Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand position statement: The safe clinical use of sputum induction for bio-sampling of the lower airways in children and adults

André Schultz, Sathya Balaguruswamy, Ruth Dentice, Claudia C. Dobler, James Geake, Peter Gibson, Patricia Goulter, Lata Jayaram, Pamela J. Laird, Peter G. Middleton, Helen Seale

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