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ALK’s five-year GRAZAX asthma prevention trial reveals benefits

ALK has released further analysis of data from its landmark five-year GRAZAX® Asthma Prevention (GAP) clinical trial in children. The analysis, which appears online in press in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, shows that the benefits of GRAZAX® in prevention of asthma symptoms were even more pronounced when treatment was initiated at an […]

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