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Respiratory Medicine book series

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Springer and the American Thoracic Society (ATS) are collaborating on the book series Respiratory Medicine. Springer will hold editorial responsibility, but will work with the ATS to develop new topics for books. Members of the society will have free access to the e-books in the series on SpringerLink and be eligible for discounted prices of the print versions on Springer’s website. The series includes 20 books with about 15 in development. The first volume was published in 2009.

The books in the series Respiratory Medicine are said to offer clinical and research-oriented resources for pulmonologists and other practitioners and researchers working in respiratory care. Spanning a broad range of issues in respiratory medicine, the series covers topics such as COPD, asthma and allergy, pulmonary problems in pregnancy, molecular basis of lung disease and sleep disordered breathing.