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Breo Ellipta Stumbles On Pediatric Asthma Claim, But Advair Helps Break The Fall

Executive Summary

FDA approves GlaxoSmithKline’s LABA/inhaled corticosteroid combo for asthma in adults but says more data needed in adolescents. GSK plans to throw additional promotional support behind the existing pediatric asthma claim for Advair, which is expected to face generic competition in the coming years.

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