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Form 6-K GLAXOSMITHKLINE PLC For: Jul 27

This paediatric licence application is supported by a partial extrapolation approach agreed with the EU Paediatric Committee of the European Medicines Agency which utilised the efficacy and safety data available in paediatric patients and its well-documented positive benefit to risk profile in adult patients. Existing data was used from adolescent participants in the mepolizumab severe asthma pivotal programme in addition to new data from children in the pharmacokinetic (PK)/ pharmacodynamic (PD) study 200363. Part A, completed in children 6-11 years old with severe eosinophilic asthma, collected uncontrolled safety and limited efficacy data and showed that subcutaneous PK data in children 6 to 11 years is consistent with adults after adjustment for bodyweight and bioavailability and that mepolizumab blood eosinophil count reduction in adults is predictive of the blood eosinophil count reduction in paediatric patients. The safety profile of mepolizumab in children and adolescents with

can asthma treatments make symptoms worse?

My daughter has seasonal asthma. I recently gave her a treatment that seemed to make her symptoms worse. Is that possible? Does she need something stronger? Help!


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In my case the asthma treatments work great ; but sometimes will bring up lots of music and it seems worse,It might be that she might need other meds as they aren;t working ; as our bodies get amueined..Lots of luck; hope she feels better soon.,


You should do some research. Ask yourself this... did the pill or treatment come before or the same time the name "seasonal asthma" was created? I already know the answer. Possibly look into gluten intolerance diet( left hand side of webpage

What are some emergency asthma treatments?

I have a friend who has lost his inhaler and has no transportation to a hospital...is there any other way to help him in case of an emergency?


If he is having an asthma attack and you have no medicine around, you need to make sure he remains as calm as possible. Make sure he can talk because when an attack becomes really bad, you can no longer talk. For me, I've been in the situation where


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