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Hi, I'm now 59 years old, married and live in Clearwater, Florida.

It's been OVER 18 years since my asthma was cured and it's hard to imagine having to live that life again. It's quite surprising when I talk to people with asthma and they make excuses why this can't work for them. Unfortunately, many close their minds to even considering that this research could benefit them because they have been told all their life that asthma is incurable.

The research is sound and it works even though every case is different. The more I hear from other people being treated with Dr. Hahn's research and from what other doctors tell me, everyone seems to require different amounts of zithromax/doxycyline. While 14 weeks @ 1000mg of zithromax worked for me, Dr. Wagshul in Miamisburg, OH uses a mix of zithromax/Doxy for up to a year for his patients with a 99% success rate. Too many people take one 9 week treatment and expect to be completely cured. It can happen but too often a replapse will happen since the bacteria is still maintaining it's presence. If you do relapse, Dr. Hahn recommends multiple treatments under certain circumstances

Several success stories are posted here, but these are only a few of the many hundreds who got better after using this research to cure their severe asthma. Dr. Hahn has a book coming out in 2013 with many more case studies documented.

In 1995, we moved to Florida from Royal Oak Michigan. This was shortly after my near fatal asthma attack.  The hope was the Florida climate would be better for asthma.  And although the climate was somewhat better than the cold damp Michigan weather, asthma was still with me and severe.

enjoying paradise

Now that my asthma is completely cured, I live a normal active lifestyle that includes kayak sailing and enjoying the beaches. I also backpacked 400 miles of the Appalachian trail and waded 40 miles of remote Everglades swamps in mud and water up to waist deep in early 2003 on the Florida National Scenic Trail. Without a doubt, I wouldn't be able to do any of this if I still had asthma.

After getting my life back, I thought about all the people still suffering with severe asthma. The circumstances of my story put me in a unique position to help educate others. Although this research is still not fully within the guidelines of mainstream medicine, many do not have the luxury to wait until this research is mature. So that's why this website is here. To share the knowledge and provide hope that there is an asthma cure that actually works. While it doesn't cure all cases of asthma ... many people with severe asthma will be able to completely cure their asthma.

That's why it's important to support the research of Dr. David Hahn and others relating asthma cause to the bacteria Chlamydia Pneumoniae and Mycoplasma.


Before being cured of asthma, my life was very different !

Every single night was hell for me. I spent way too many evenings in hospital emergency rooms because my asthma was completely out of control. The many doctors I went to ALL DIAGNOSED ME AS HAVING ASTHMA, but none of them could provide me with more than temporary relief at best. I remember once getting the maximum number of adrenaline shots in an hospital emergency room and the doctor being amazed that my lungs were still congested and wheezy. And those shots HURT !!!!

The only relief I ever had was when I took a "dose pack" of steroids. I didn't use them much being fearful of the side effects of steroids. At night there were air cleaners in our bedroom, a humidifier by the bedside, special electronic air cleaners on our furnace, and a breathing machine with a bunch of tubes at our bedside (one that delivers misted medicine). In essence, our bedroom looked like a hospital ward. Despite all the gizmos, I still could not breathe clear during the night and would cough so severely that my neighbors would hear me hacking and coughing, even when all the windows were closed. I occasionally heard co-workers joking "Jim's coughing up another piece of his lung". It was a constant struggle and I felt sorry for my poor wife who had to listen to the coughing throughout the night.

Since my body wasn't receiving proper amounts of oxygen, many other aspects of life were affected. Poor sleep combined with shallow breathing kept my energy levels low and may have caused memory problems from the low amounts of oxygen at night.

It's no way to go through life. I'm very grateful for this research and getting a normal life back.






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Dr. Hahn's new Book
2014 Dr. Hahn's recently published book titled "A Cure for Asthma?" is available in paperback and Kindle / Nook format.
A cure for asthma - what your doctor isn't telling you and why by Dr. David Hahn MD A good book I highly recommend for medical professionals as well as lay people and contains case studies of severe asthma patients that Dr. Hahn has treated over the years.
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News ..

(March 2014) Macrolides for long term management of asthma meta analysis of randomized clinical trials (PDF) A good read for doctors and patients alike.
Macrolides for the long-term management of asthma  a
meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials Download/Read Study

(October 2013) An article recently published in the NY Times By ELISABETH ROSENTHAL states The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention puts the annual cost of asthma in the United States at more than $56 billion, including millions of potentially avoidable hospital visits and more than 3,300 deaths, many involving patients who skimped on medicines or did without. The cost of asthma medicine has skyrocketed in the last decade.

(April 2012) Listen to an excellent 30 minute radio interview with Dr. Hahn by Joe and Terry Graedon from " The People's Pharmacy" radio show featured on National Public Radio (NPR). An interview that every doctor should listen to.

   great radio show about an asthma cure    Click to listen or download

Clinical Trials

The University of Wisconsin, American Academy of Family Physicians, Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians (WAFP),The Dean Foundation for Health, Research and Education (Dean Foundation) and Pfizer corporationis sponsoring a study and recruiting volunteers for a study called AZMATICS to determine the effectiveness of Azithromycin as Adjunctive Treatment for Adult Asthma.

Important notice: At this time, the study is no longer recruiting subjects.

Dean Foundation

Follow this link to learn more about Dr. David Hahn and the Dean Foundation.

Support forum

I would like to apologize for abruptly shutting down the forum several years ago. Besides dealing with hackers, trolls and rude people, we were going through a stressful time in life that resulted in the loss of our youngest son.

It was just too much so one day I flipped the switch and shut it down.

In the beginning

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Royal Oak Tribune  article about near fatal asthma attack
Another article about near fatal asthma attack

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Royal Oak Tribune article about near fatal asthma attack
Royal Oak Tribune  article about near fatal asthma attack




Every year thousands of people die while experiencing a severe asthma attack.

Take your Asthma or the Asthma of a loved one very seriously !



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ASTHMA AND INFECTION
Recommendations for interested Physicians
David L. Hahn MD. MS.
Recommendations for physicians by Dr. Hahn

updated Aug 2014


Since 1998 the pharmaceuticals and health products industry represent the top industry when it comes to financing lobbiest that influence our laws and federal policies (FDA). As of 2013 2.6 Billion dollars ... yes Billion with a B.

No wonder this research still hasn't made it mainstream while drugs like oxycodone / oxycontin are freely dispensed. Killing and addicting millions.

Then again, it's all about money isn't it?


Click here to view drug industry lobbiest rankings since 1998
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With so much information exploding all around us,
finding a nugget of knowledge is not nearly as important as
what we do with it.

The National Lung Association reports that
The annual direct health care cost of asthma is approximately $15.6 billion; indirect costs (e.g. lost productivity) add another $5.1 billion, for a total of $20.7 billion dollars. Prescription drugs represented the largest single direct cost, at $5.6 billion.

In 2008, it was estimated that 23.3 million Americans currently have asthma. Of these, 12.7 million Americans (4.1 million children under 18) had an asthma attack