3 years of tralokinumab treatment provides long-term disease control as demonstrated by clinically meaningful outcomes in moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis

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Richard B Warren
Kristian Reich
Eric L Simpson
Richard Langley
Antonio Costanzo
Hidehisa Saeki
Peter Almgren
Emilia Vacko
Melinda Gooderham
Mette Deleuran
Juan Francisco Silvestre
Stefan Weidinger
Andrew Blauvelt


tralokinumab, atopic dermatitis, efficacy


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