Cost a barrier to asthma treatment: study

Half of adults and one-third of children in an Australian study were either decreasing or skipping doses of asthma medicines to make them last longer A team of researchers led by The George Institute for Global Health and the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research surveyed 1,401 people with asthma across Australia—792 adults and 609 parents

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