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2. Jean Claude has asthma, and his health care team has decided to add fluticasone (Flovent) 220 mcg twice a day in the orally inhaled form.
a. How does fluticasone improve asthma symptoms?
What are the most important points that Jean Claude needs to understand about taking this new medication?

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