Asthma treatment could target underlying cause

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University of Queensland researchers are developing a new asthma treatment that targets the underlying cause of asthma, rather than just the symptoms. About 10% of asthma sufferers do not respond to conventional medications due to the severity of their condition. UQ Institute of Molecular Bioscience’s Associate Professor Mark Smythe says the research team is developing

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