A $20,000 Lung-Searing Asthma Treatment Disappoints in Sales

Two years ago, Christi Thompson’s doctor put her under anesthesia, slipped an electrode-tipped catheter into her lungs, and used its hot end to sear the walls of her airways, thinning the enlarged muscle that cuts off a patient’s air during an asthma attack.

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