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Does an Australian die from asthma every year?

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The latest available statistics show that in 2009 Asthma caused the deaths of 411 Australians.

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Asthma facts:Over12% of Australian adults have asthma.Over 30% of Australian school aged children have asthma.700 - 800 Australians currently die from asthma each yearBoys are twice as likely to develop asthma as females.


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Yes, but if you get good treatment, you should be fine. It is rare to die from asthma


I was researching asthma for school and found a website that said 14 people die a day from asthma!



no because you dont die from asthma


yes. Someone with asthma can suffer an asthma attack and indeed die.


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three quaters of 1 person dies. my son was one quarter . his head only died "liar to the answer above me!" probably none die maybe 1 every 5 years


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the worst is you can have an asthma attack, and die. but if you do you can grow out of asthma!!!!!!!!! i should know i use to have it, not any more


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