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A new machine is set to help change the lives of asthma sufferers.
Colin Walker, a farmer from Stokesley in North Yorkshire, says his condition has been "transformed" by the device. Jonny Blair went to meet him.
Doctors claim a new device could help treat asthma more effectively.
People breathe into the FeNo machine and it helps pinpoint how inflamed their lungs are, meaning doses of treatment can be used more effectively.
A North Yorkshire farmer says his life has been "transformed" by a new machine designed to help asthma sufferers.
Colin Walker, 56, from Stokesley, developed the condition 12 years ago and says it had been threatening his health and his livelihood. But a new device - the FeNo measure - has allowed doctors to treat his condition more effectively.