Byron Thomashow, MD

Byron Thomashow, MD, is medical director of the Jo-Ann LeBuhn Center for Chest Disease and Respiratory Failure at New York Presbyterian Hospital and a clinical professor of medicine in the division of allergy and critical care medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. He's also chairman of the board of the COPD Foundation and co-chairman of the Medical Advisory Council of the National Emphysema/COPD Association.

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FAQ: Can Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD) Cause Sleep Problems? — Dec 16, 2010
Yes, people with COPD can have many sleep-related problems. These can range from sleep interruptions and insomnia to severe sleep apnea. Some problems are fairly mild; othe...