Study shows gene variant affects asthma drugs' efficacy

10/7/2009 | Reuters

British research showed the common asthma inhaler medication albuterol, as well as salmeterol in Advair, are less effective in children with a specific gene variant and could make their asthma worse. The study included patients with the gene variant called Arg16.

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