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Will Your Asthma and Allergy Drugs Still Be on Your Insurance Plan in 2017?

AAFA Community Services ·
Two prescription benefit managers are dropping certain asthma and allergy drugs from their formularies in 2017. If you take these medicines and have your prescriptions covered by CVS Caremark or Express Scripts, other medicines will be substituted instead.
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Re: People with Asthma Need to Take Extra Precautions to Avoid the Flu

William ·
Up until 2 weeks ago, I took prednisone only for a cold or flu symptoms . Also I had started on Stiolto 3 months ago, replacing Alvesco and Spiriva. My doctor recommended the change. I should have researched it. I had used Symbicort, then Advair, then Breo all with the same results: quite pronounced chest pains after a few weeks on the new med. The first time resulted in extensive testing, focusing on potential heart problems, but with numerous other tests for physical, chemical, even...
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Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19): What People With Asthma Need to Know

MikeO ·
Kathy P posted: Hello, I suggest you read this: Japan study shows inhaled corticosteroids is effective at inhibiting SARS-CoV and SARS-CoV2 (COVID-19) viral reproduction. They are NOT effective against MERS, influenza, and other retroviruses. https://www.biorxiv.org/conten...11.987016v1.full.pdf Japan and Korea are doing trials of Alvesco inhaler for treatment of mild COVID-19 respiratory issues. https://geneonline.news/en/202...o-to-fight-covid-19/
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