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Opinion and Evidence in Respiratory Medicine

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Respiratory medicine is a vast and evolving area for researchers, primary care physicians and specialists. To help keep you up-to-date with the latest advances worldwide on all aspects of drug therapy and management of respiratory disorders, this section of the journal brings you information selected from the drug therapy reporting service Inpharma Weekly 1. The following reports are selected from the latest issues, summarizing the most important research and development news, clinical studies, treatment guidelines, pharmacoeconomic and adverse reaction news, and expert opinion pieces published across a broad range of literature sources.

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    1 Inpharma Weekly provides rapid alerts to news on drugs and drug therapy. Summarizing information selected form over 1600 biomedical journals, this newsletter is produced by Adis International and is available in a variety of formats. Please contact your nearest Adis office for subscription details. reports, recently published in the European Respiratory Journal.[1,2]

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Inpharma Weekly provides rapid alerts to news on drugs and drug therapy. Summarizing information selected form over 1600 biomedical journals, this newsletter is produced by Adis International and is available in a variety of formats. Please contact your nearest Adis office for subscription details.

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Opinion and Evidence in Respiratory Medicine. Am J Respir Med 1, 229–233 (2002). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03256613

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