FDA asks GSK to revise label of 2 asthma drugs

06/2/2010 | American City Business Journals · Reuters

The FDA ordered GlaxoSmithKline to change the warning label of asthma drugs Serevent and Advair. The long-acting beta-agonists have been shown to worsen asthma symptoms and result in hospitalization or death when used as a stand-alone treatment, according to the agency.

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American City Business Journals · Reuters

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