Efficacy Studies Not Enough? Consider GSK's Salford Lung Study As New Model
Full results from asthma patients included in the Salford Lung Study provide powerful support for the use of “real world” effectiveness studies as a more relevant form of evidence to inform prescribing choices and improve patient outcomes, particularly in what turned out to be a general population of asthmatics that were still suffering symptoms under usual care.
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