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GSK’s Breo Breathing A Little Easier In Asthma, But More Studies Ahead

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FDA advisory committee votes recommends Breo Ellipta for asthma in adults with post-approval safety study, but panel wants additional premarket efficacy and safety data for adolescents.

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