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Real World Superiority Data May Not Be Enough To Boost GSK's Breo In COPD

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Breo Ellipta is associated with a lower rate of exacerbations in real world Salford study, but some analysts question whether it's too late to turn performance around in a highly competitive, highly price-conscious market.

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