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Studies support combined prevention and rescue asthma inhaler

Two types of common asthma medications combined in one inhaler for both preventive and rescue treatment is more effective at reducing attacks than guideline-based treatment in adults whose asthma is not well controlled, according to two large randomised trials.

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