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[Articles] Trends in international asthma mortality: analysis of data from the WHO Mortality Database from 46 countries (1993–2012)

19:48 EDT 7 Aug 2017 | The Lancet

The trend for reduction in global asthma mortality observed since the late 1980s might have stalled, with no appreciable difference in a smoothed LOESS curve of asthma mortality from 2006 to 2012. Although better implementation of established management strategies that have been shown to reduce mortality risk is needed, to achieve a further substantive reduction in global asthma mortality novel strategies will also be required.

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