Lung disease is one of Wales' biggest killers but now a new treatment for could mean relief for thousands of people.
Last year more than 46,000 people who have Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), also known as Miner's Lung, were admitted to hospitals here as emergency cases.
Sufferers are now welcoming the news that a new drug has been licensed to tackle the symptoms of COPD has been welcomed by sufferers.
As someone with COPD, even making a cup of tea can leave Margaret Barnard from Neath out of breath.
But in the future, Margaret may benefit from a new drug called Aclidinium, which has just been licensed here to treat the symptoms.
Aclidinium works by relaxing the muscles in the tubes of the lung, helping to open up the airway.
Patients will take the drug as a dry powder using an inhaler.
Tests show that Aclidinium could reduce the number of lung flare-ups which can lead to hospitalisation.