Asthma New Zealand Inc.

  Auckland
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Asthma New Zealand provides a wide range of free education and support services to the community, asthma sufferers and their families.

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Asthma New Zealand has leading edge technology to use in the fight to control asthma in New Zealand, raising awareness, educating and providing people with asthma the tools required to self-manage their symptoms and live life to the full.

At least one person in New Zealand dies every week from asthma. Asthma is the leading cause of hospitalisation for children in New Zealand, and every year - 550,000 school days are lost. The severity of asthma can be reduced with sufficient support, advice, and education along with the appropriate medication. COPD is the 4th leading cause of death in New Zealand.

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Asthma NZ have been providing education, training and support for 48 years. Our nurses go out into the community where people need us.


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  • Vicki Lee

    Vicki Lee on 04 Aug 2016

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  • Ann Wheat

    Ann Wheat on 16 Jun 2015

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  • Wiremu

    Wiremu on 16 Jun 2015

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    You are doing a great job, keep up the good work!

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  • Great cause!

    Great cause! on 16 Jun 2015

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