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Death Vs. Symptomatic Relief – Weighing Risks And Benefits For Asthma Drugs

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When discussing a drug's benefits and risks, there is more to the equation than just death, Judith Kramer, Duke University, pointed out during a meeting of three FDA advisory committees to discuss asthma indications for long-acting beta agonists

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