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Advances in asthma preventer medicines

Advances in asthma preventer medicines

Respiratory care in focus

Nicola O'Connell
BA(Hons)
Freelance Healthcare and Medical Writer
London

Traditional asthma treatments opened the blocked airways following an asthma episode (reliever medicines), but the development of preventer medicines in the 1970s, which aim to control the underlying airway inflammation, proclaimed a new age of asthma therapy and these agents continue to transform the management of the disease.

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