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    This sentence seems to me badly written and it seems to be not correct grammatically.
    Any idea? Would anyone please tell me what could be understood of this sentence?

    Also, multi-modality treatment that is patient-individualised which would target lung manifestations and systemic complications with markers of success beyond the improvement of respiratory outcome measures need to be designed.
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    Re: patient-individualised...

    It is badly written. It is also unclear.

    It possibly means: We need to design patient-individualised multi-modality treatment for lung manifestations and systemic complication; the criteria for success of this treatment should be set higher than mere respiratory improvement.

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