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A population based case-control study of cataract and inhaled corticosteroids
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    Is the danger more than that of asthma?
    • Sunil R Moreker, Associate Professor
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      • Naheed Abidi, Anjaneya Agashe,and Mayur Moreker

    Dear Editor

    Asthma is a potentially life threatening condition with an ever increasing morbidity and mortality internationally, the prevalence of asthma having increased approximately 50% over the last ten to 15 years. Death rates are proportional to the usage of anti-inflammatory medications effectively.According to the asthma audit in UK too incidence measured was 3 to 4 times higher in adults and 6 times higher in...

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