—a common threat across a wide range of interstitial lung diseases (ILDs), including connective tissue diseases (CTDs). Pulmonary fibrosis can become a key driver of irreversible harm and early mortality, and calls for urgent identification and intervention.1-4Find out more about the Critical Threat
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