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Menon Pulmonary Fibrosis Support Group & Larner Research Highlighted on WCAX

April 24, 2019 by Madi Wood

(April 24, 2019) WCAX featured the Larner College of Medicine research studies currently be conducted in relation to slowing the progressing of pulmonary fibrosis. Prema Menon, M.D., UVM assistant professor of medicine, spoke about the study saying, "We're creating these mini lungs and looking at if these new patented catalysts can actually reverse fibrosis in humans, which is such a step forward in the research".

Prema Menon, M.D., UVM Assistant Professor of Medicine

(April 24, 2019) A story that aired on local CBS affiliate WCAX-TV Channel 3 featured Prema Menon, M.D., a UVM assistant professor of medicine and pulmonary and critical care specialist, and a pulmonary fibrosis patient who is active in the support group Menon founded one year ago. Menon spoke about the groundbreaking research currently taking place in the Vermont Lung Center, saying, "We're creating these mini lungs and looking at if these new patented catalysts can actually reverse fibrosis in humans, which is such a step forward in the research." 

Watch a video of the story here.

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Menon Pulmonary Fibrosis Support Group & Larner Research Highlighted on WCAX

April 24, 2019 by Madi Wood

(April 24, 2019) WCAX featured the Larner College of Medicine research studies currently be conducted in relation to slowing the progressing of pulmonary fibrosis. Prema Menon, M.D., UVM assistant professor of medicine, spoke about the study saying, "We're creating these mini lungs and looking at if these new patented catalysts can actually reverse fibrosis in humans, which is such a step forward in the research".

Prema Menon, M.D., UVM Assistant Professor of Medicine

(April 24, 2019) A story that aired on local CBS affiliate WCAX-TV Channel 3 featured Prema Menon, M.D., a UVM assistant professor of medicine and pulmonary and critical care specialist, and a pulmonary fibrosis patient who is active in the support group Menon founded one year ago. Menon spoke about the groundbreaking research currently taking place in the Vermont Lung Center, saying, "We're creating these mini lungs and looking at if these new patented catalysts can actually reverse fibrosis in humans, which is such a step forward in the research." 

Watch a video of the story here.