Is There Any Research Being Done for a Cure for Asthma?

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Continuous research is being done in order to find better ways to treat asthma, and new solutions are being brought forth all of the time. Learn about a medication that can be used once per day to treat the symptoms of asthma with help from a nurse and respiratory care practitioner in this free video on asthma research.

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Is there any research being done for a cure for asthma? Asthma being a component of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, there's continues studies all the time. As of September '08 in the Netherlands even, there is a drug known as RPL FAFA4 that is a combine inhaler with one puff everyday and it lasts all day to stop the symptoms of asthma. And that's just one study of the study that claims this medication will open the airway, which is a bronchial dilator and it will also decrease inflammation which is a steroid. And so the treatment for asthma is an ongoing thing that we will just have to, perhaps wait on; however, it is continuously something that is the uttermost importance to all of us because with asthma and there's no cure for it, we at least can treat the symptoms and keep the patient as comfortably and as active as possible.


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