Break for allergic asthma sufferers as ‘lifesaving’ drug subsidised – Herald Sun


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Break for allergic asthma sufferers as 'lifesaving' drug subsidised
Herald Sun
The Coalition will spend $5.4 million to make Omalizumab — an injectable medication used to treat severe asthma not controlled by corticosteroid inhalers — available to hundreds of patients across Australia. The drug is used to treat people who

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