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Early detection of COPD might change its course and progress. A simple test can be used to measure pulmonary function and detect COPD in current and former smokers aged 45 years and older and anyone with breathing problems. Avoid tobacco use or inhaling tobacco smoke, home and workplace air pollutants, and respiratory infections to prevent early development of COPD.

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