Inhaled mometasone furoate reduces oral prednisone requirements while improving respiratory function and health-related quality of life in patients with severe persistent asthma

James E. Fish, Jill P. Karpel, Timothy J. Craig, George W. Bensch, Michael Noonan, D. Robert Webb, Bernard Silverman, Eric J. Schenkel, Anthony R. Rooklin, Joe W. Ramsdell, Robert Nathan, Jeffrey G. Leflein, Jay Grossman, David F. Graft, Richard G. Gower, Stuart M. Garay, Evangelo Frigas, Arthur C. DeGraff, Edwin A. Bronsky, David I. BernsteinWilliam Berger, Lucy Shneyer, Keith B. Nolop, Judy E. Harrison

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