Print these Important Documents for your Doctor

Including a letter from Dr. Hahn to your Physician

Important Documents to print for your doctor

These represent several important documents you should print and share with your doctor. They will help to explain the research behind Dr. Hahn’s protocol for curing asthma. Especially important is #1, the note from Dr. Hahn to your doctor.  Keep in mind there are many more research and clinical trial documents in our research sections of this website that you may want to read and/or bring with you.  Also, there are dozens of researchers worldwide focusing the bacteria Chlamydia pneumoniae and it’s relationship to asthma and other chronic disease’s.

You should also mention to your doctor the recently published article (Dec. 2019) From the journal of family medicine regarding  the potential to benefit patients with persistent, poorly controlled asthma and those with new-onset disease as an adjunct to first-line therapy.

as well as the (July 2017) large scale randomized trial proving effectiveness of azithromycin and treating asthma. Find that listed on the main page of asthmastory in the right hand column.



It’s can be challenging convincing your doctor to consider the latest research leading to treatment of your severe asthma. And that’s why it’s important to be prepared and have supporting documentation while making your case for in the quest to cure your asthma.

1) Asthma and Infection – Information for interested Clinicians

This is a note written by Dr. Hahn for patients to share with their doctors. Dr. Hahn updates this document periodically

2) Macrolides for long term management of asthma meta analysis of randomized clinical trials

Clinical trials meta analysis

3) Azithromycin for Bronchial Asthma in Adults: An Effectiveness Trial by David Hahn, MD

Doctors may be reluctant to prescribe long term antibiotics for severe asthma but have no problem prescribing long term antibiotics for up to 5 years for things as insignificant as acne.  One mother who was looking for a doctor to treat one of her children was very frustrated that one doctor recommended long term antibiotics for her child with acne but another wouldn’t prescribe it for her other son who was fighting to breathe on a daily basis.