Talk:Infant respiratory distress syndrome

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Man-made pulmonary surfactant[edit]

A discussion of man-made, artificial pulmonary surfactant would be useful in this article. (And at Pulmonary surfactant; I added this note there also.) [[User:24.127.110.79|24.127.110--~~~~Insert non-formatted text here<br />

Verification[edit]

Under famous victim, states that Patrick Kennedy was never attended by a pediatrician. Yet was transferred to Boston Children's Hospital (see linked article. Seems unlikely to be true.Hallbrianh 05:01, 19 February 2007 (UTC)