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ResMed Study Claims Nearly A Billion People Worldwide Have Sleep Apnea

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A new multinational analysis by ResMed showed that the number of people with sleep apnea is 10 times higher than previous estimates by the World Health Organization, raising the need for developing strategies to raise awareness of the disease and diagnose and treat the disease.

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