respiratory
Asthma

Ambitious research program targets steroid non-responsive asthma


A new study in the United Kingdom will explore the use of biomarkers to identify patients with severe asthma who are non-responsive to corticosteroids and might benefit from novel treatment approaches. Professor Liam Heaney, from Queen’s University of Belfast, and colleagues say the existing ‘one size fits all’ model of stratifying asthma is inadequate, being ...

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