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The current aerosol asthma inhalers we use are cheap but, because of the gases they contain, are one of the NHS’s biggest contributions to climate change. Other countries think alternatives are superior – and some patients in the UK who have switched say they are controlling their asthma better. So, could millions of people be prescribed different inhalers?



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