Treatment Guidelines from The Medical Letter
Issue 76
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Drugs for Asthma
No truly new drugs have been approved for treatment of asthma since omalizumab (Xolair) in 2003, but some randomized controlled trials of older drugs have been published, and new guidelines have become available.
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