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As some of you will know from my previous posts, my initial appointment with a respiratory consultant was rushed and I came away with a leaflet and told to look at the internet for answers to questions! Although I appreciated my consultant was a busy person, I felt let down and quite scared with the diagnosis of bronchiectasis. I have done some research on the respiratory consultants at my hospital and have found one that actually has a special interest in bronchiectasis so would like to be seen by him in future. So does anyone know how to go about this?? I expect it won't be straightforward, but any advice would be much appreciated.
Hope you are all keeping well.
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