Asthma is a common chronic illness among children in the US, with disproportionate impact among racial and ethnic minorities. A recent PCORI-funded study looked at two different approaches to managing mild persistent asthma in children and teens.

The study adds to evidence that symptom-based adjustment of medication works as well as provider-based adjustment for treating children and teens with mild persistent asthma.

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