New Drug Could Help Treat Asthma


By Molly Clifton

Scientists are making progress on a new asthma drug that attacks the respiratory disease in two ways. 

The drug  reverses the narrowing of the airways and reduces inflammation quicker. 

Researchers say long term studies are needed, but one doctor called the new drug one of the most substantial advances in asthma medicines in a long time.

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