Asthmatx eyes 2008 US approval for first asthma device therapy
This article was originally published in Clinica
Asthmatx is hoping for an end-of-2008 US approval for what could become the first non-pharmacological treatment for severe asthma, the firm told Clinica, following positive results from a recent clinical study.
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