Drug Development and Biologics in Asthma. A New Era

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Abstract

Considerable progress has been made toward developing targeted biological therapeutics for asthma, due in large part to a deeper understanding of asthma pathophysiology. This explosion of knowledge has revealed asthma to be a much more complex and heterogeneous entity than previously understood. The identification of particular asthma phenotypes with distinct pathophysiologic mechanisms has opened up a new era for patient populations not well served by current therapies, especially patients with severe asthma.

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