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Combination asthma drug provides total control of asthma for many

A combination medication called Seretide allows people with mild to moderate asthma to live symptom free. Seretide is a combination of inhaled steroid and long-acting bronchodilator. 40% of people using the drug were found to be symptom free whereas only 28% of those using inhaled steroid only were symptom free. 75% of people using the medication had only minimal symptoms.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by ic Wales

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About: Combination asthma drug provides total control of asthma for many

Date: 15 October 2004

Source: ic Wales

Author: Madeleine Brindley


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