PATIENT STORIES

Real Patients. Real Stories.

Meet real COPD patients and hear about their experiences before and after taking ANORO.

Super: Once-daily ANORO is a prescription medicine used long term to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), including chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or both, for better breathing and to reduce the number of flare-ups. ANORO is not for asthma. ANORO is not used to relieve sudden symptoms of COPD and won't replace a rescue inhaler.

IMPORTANT SAFETY IMFORMATION FOR ANORO ELLIPTA

  • Do not use ANORO to treat sudden symptoms of COPD. Always have a rescue inhaler with you to treat sudden symptoms.
  • Do not use ANORO if you have a severe allergy to milk proteins or are allergic to any of the ingredients in ANORO. Ask your healthcare provider if you are not sure.
  • Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

Please see full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information, on this page.

VO: ANORO is used long term to treat COPD for better breathing and to reduce the number of flare-ups. ANORO is not for asthma. ANORO is not used to relieve sudden symptoms of COPD and won't replace a rescue inhaler. Remember to watch the complete video to see additional safety information.

Super: Barry is a real patient who was taking ANORO at the time of filming. GSK paid him for his time and expenses for sharing his unique experience. Individual results may vary. 

BARRY: My shortness of breath got to the point where I had to stop. I realized at that point that I could no longer deal with it on my own. In the past, I’d figured out different ways to try and compensate for my shortness of breath while I was biking.

Super: THE MOMENT OF REALIZATION

BARRY: I’m Barry from Chicago, Illinois. I have three daughters and a 15-month-old granddaughter. My granddaughter is a hoot! My wife, she’s been a good part of my life for 30 years. I’m a really happy guy. My typical day depends on the season of the year. My favorite part of the year is obviously warmer weather.

BARRY: So I get up about 5 a.m. and go out for a ride. Then I get home, shower, change, go to the office for a few hours. Then I come home, relax, maybe spend time with my granddaughter, and my day kind of winds down from there.

BARRY:  Twenty years ago, I came to the realization that, if I continued the type of lifestyle I was leading – smoking, not exercising, not eating right – I wouldn’t be around to see my children give me grandchildren.

Super: Please see links on this page for additional Important Safety Information and full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information.

BARRY: I was on a bicycle ride with some friends and my shortness of breath got so bad that I had to stop and rest for a good period of time. And my friends all became really concerned about me being able to continue riding that day. I decided it was time to go to see my doctor. I explained how it had felt like somebody was sitting on my chest, and I couldn’t breathe in deeply, and I couldn’t catch my breath and that I was feeling lightheaded at some point because I just felt I was winded when I wasn’t doing anything.

Super: A WAY FORWARD

Super: Barry is a real patient who was taking ANORO at the time of filming. GSK paid him for his time and expenses for sharing his unique experience. Individual results may vary.

BARRY: After undergoing pulmonary function testing, my pulmonologist, he advised me that I had COPD. And I asked him, you know, “why me?”

BARRY: When my doctor prescribed the ANORO, he discussed all the benefits and risks of taking it. He explained to me that the advantage of ANORO is that it’s a maintenance medication where you’re…

Super: ANORO is not used to treat sudden COPD symptoms and won’t replace a rescue inhaler. 

BARRY: …using it on a daily basis to control the shortness of breath. 

BARRY: My expectations after the doctor diagnosed me with COPD and recommended the ANORO inhaler were skeptical, to be honest.

BARRY: I wasn’t sure if this shortness of breath that I’d been experiencing for quite some time, you know, had been getting worse and worse would be manageable with the ANORO inhaler. And I asked him about that, and he said that every person’s different, but he felt that this was the proper treatment. I had confidence that he knew what he was doing.

BARRY: He recommended a trial to see…

Super: Individual results may vary.

BARRY: …if I felt it was helping me. Well, I called him and I said I did feel that it was making my shortness of breath episodes less frequent. So at that point, I started taking the ANORO on a long-term maintenance basis. You know, I’m feeling pretty good.

Super: ANORO is only for COPD. Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

VO: Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

Super: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers

VO: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers for sudden symptoms…

Super: Use ANORO only once a day, every day

VO: …and should not be used more than once a day. Tell your doctor if you have a heart condition, high blood pressure, glaucoma, prostate, bladder or urinary problems. These may worsen with ANORO. Call your doctor if you have worsened breathing, chest pain, mouth or tongue swelling, problems urinating, vision changes or eye pain, while taking ANORO. The most common side effects are sore throat, diarrhea, and pain in the arms and legs.

Super: Please see links on this page for additional Important Safety Information and full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information.

Super: NEW OUTLOOK

Super: Barry is a real patient who was taking ANORO at the time of filming. GSK paid him for his time and expenses for sharing his unique experience. Individual results may vary.

BARRY: I've been on ANORO for just over two years now. And I've been able to continue my family life with my children, traveling. 

Super: Individual results may vary. 

BARRY: My breathing is better. And I’ve made it part of my daily routine. First thing in the morning when I get up, that is when I take my ANORO inhaler, and then go about the rest of my daily activities.

Super: Individual results may vary. 

BARRY: When I started taking ANORO, I asked the doctor if I would no longer have any symptoms. And he advised me that the way the ANORO will work is to reduce the frequency of my breathing problems, and that’s what it’s done. Now that I’m on ANORO, I breathe better.

Super: Individual results may vary. 

BARRY: I’m looking forward to continuing living the active, healthy, fun lifestyle. You know, if anybody was to describe me, they would describe me as a person that goes my own way. I march to the beat of my own drummer and ANORO ELLIPTA helps me breathe better, so I can continue marching to my beat.

Super: ANORO is only for COPD. Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

VO: Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.    

Super: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers

VO: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers for sudden symptoms…

Super: Use ANORO only once a day, every day

VO: …and should not be used more than once a day. Tell your doctor…

VO: …if you have a heart condition, high blood pressure, glaucoma, prostate, bladder or urinary problems. These may worsen with ANORO. Call your doctor if you have worsened breathing, chest pain, mouth or tongue swelling, problems urinating, vision changes or eye pain, while taking ANORO. The most common side effects are sore throat, diarrhea, and pain in the arms and legs.

Super: Please see links on this page for additional Important Safety Information and full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information. ANORO ELLIPTA was developed in collaboration with INNOVIVA. Trademarks owned or licensed by GSK. ©2019 GSK or licensor. UCVVID180002 July 2019. Produced in USA.

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BARRY, Chicago, Illinois

Hear Barry recount the moment he knew he needed to talk to his doctor.

Super: Once-daily ANORO is a prescription medicine used long term to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), including chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or both, for better breathing and to reduce the number of flare-ups. ANORO is not for asthma. ANORO is not used to relieve sudden symptoms of COPD and won't replace a rescue inhaler.

IMPORTANT SAFETY IMFORMATION FOR ANORO ELLIPTA

  • Do not use ANORO to treat sudden symptoms of COPD. Always have a rescue inhaler with you to treat sudden symptoms.
  • Do not use ANORO if you have a severe allergy to milk proteins or are allergic to any of the ingredients in ANORO. Ask your healthcare provider if you are not sure.
  • Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

Please see full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information, on this page.

VO: ANORO is used long term to treat COPD for better breathing and to reduce the number of flare-ups. ANORO is not for asthma. ANORO is not used to relieve sudden symptoms of COPD and won't replace a rescue inhaler. Remember to watch the complete video to see additional safety information.

Super: Barry is a real patient who was taking ANORO at the time of filming. GSK paid him for his time and expenses for sharing his unique experience. Individual results may vary. 

BARRY: My shortness of breath got to the point where I had to stop. I realized at that point that I could no longer deal with it on my own. In the past, I’d figured out different ways to try and compensate for my shortness of breath while I was biking.

Super: THE MOMENT OF REALIZATION

BARRY: I’m Barry from Chicago, Illinois. I have three daughters and a 15-month-old granddaughter. My granddaughter is a hoot! My wife, she’s been a good part of my life for 30 years. I’m a really happy guy. My typical day depends on the season of the year. My favorite part of the year is obviously warmer weather.

BARRY: So I get up about 5 a.m. and go out for a ride. Then I get home, shower, change, go to the office for a few hours. Then I come home, relax, maybe spend time with my granddaughter, and my day kind of winds down from there.

BARRY:  Twenty years ago, I came to the realization that, if I continued the type of lifestyle I was leading – smoking, not exercising, not eating right – I wouldn’t be around to see my children give me grandchildren.

Super: Please see links on this page for additional Important Safety Information and full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information.

BARRY: I was on a bicycle ride with some friends and my shortness of breath got so bad that I had to stop and rest for a good period of time. And my friends all became really concerned about me being able to continue riding that day. I decided it was time to go to see my doctor. I explained how it had felt like somebody was sitting on my chest, and I couldn’t breathe in deeply, and I couldn’t catch my breath and that I was feeling lightheaded at some point because I just felt I was winded when I wasn’t doing anything.

Super: A WAY FORWARD

Super: Barry is a real patient who was taking ANORO at the time of filming. GSK paid him for his time and expenses for sharing his unique experience. Individual results may vary.

BARRY: After undergoing pulmonary function testing, my pulmonologist, he advised me that I had COPD. And I asked him, you know, “why me?”

BARRY: When my doctor prescribed the ANORO, he discussed all the benefits and risks of taking it. He explained to me that the advantage of ANORO is that it’s a maintenance medication where you’re…

Super: ANORO is not used to treat sudden COPD symptoms and won’t replace a rescue inhaler. 

BARRY: …using it on a daily basis to control the shortness of breath. 

BARRY: My expectations after the doctor diagnosed me with COPD and recommended the ANORO inhaler were skeptical, to be honest.

BARRY: I wasn’t sure if this shortness of breath that I’d been experiencing for quite some time, you know, had been getting worse and worse would be manageable with the ANORO inhaler. And I asked him about that, and he said that every person’s different, but he felt that this was the proper treatment. I had confidence that he knew what he was doing.

BARRY: He recommended a trial to see…

Super: Individual results may vary.

BARRY: …if I felt it was helping me. Well, I called him and I said I did feel that it was making my shortness of breath episodes less frequent. So at that point, I started taking the ANORO on a long-term maintenance basis. You know, I’m feeling pretty good.

Super: ANORO is only for COPD. Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

VO: Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

Super: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers

VO: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers for sudden symptoms…

Super: Use ANORO only once a day, every day

VO: …and should not be used more than once a day. Tell your doctor if you have a heart condition, high blood pressure, glaucoma, prostate, bladder or urinary problems. These may worsen with ANORO. Call your doctor if you have worsened breathing, chest pain, mouth or tongue swelling, problems urinating, vision changes or eye pain, while taking ANORO. The most common side effects are sore throat, diarrhea, and pain in the arms and legs.

Super: Please see links on this page for additional Important Safety Information and full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information.

Super: NEW OUTLOOK

Super: Barry is a real patient who was taking ANORO at the time of filming. GSK paid him for his time and expenses for sharing his unique experience. Individual results may vary.

BARRY: I've been on ANORO for just over two years now. And I've been able to continue my family life with my children, traveling. 

Super: Individual results may vary. 

BARRY: My breathing is better. And I’ve made it part of my daily routine. First thing in the morning when I get up, that is when I take my ANORO inhaler, and then go about the rest of my daily activities.

Super: Individual results may vary. 

BARRY: When I started taking ANORO, I asked the doctor if I would no longer have any symptoms. And he advised me that the way the ANORO will work is to reduce the frequency of my breathing problems, and that’s what it’s done. Now that I’m on ANORO, I breathe better.

Super: Individual results may vary. 

BARRY: I’m looking forward to continuing living the active, healthy, fun lifestyle. You know, if anybody was to describe me, they would describe me as a person that goes my own way. I march to the beat of my own drummer and ANORO ELLIPTA helps me breathe better, so I can continue marching to my beat.

Super: ANORO is only for COPD. Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

VO: Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.    

Super: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers

VO: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers for sudden symptoms…

Super: Use ANORO only once a day, every day

VO: …and should not be used more than once a day. Tell your doctor…

VO: …if you have a heart condition, high blood pressure, glaucoma, prostate, bladder or urinary problems. These may worsen with ANORO. Call your doctor if you have worsened breathing, chest pain, mouth or tongue swelling, problems urinating, vision changes or eye pain, while taking ANORO. The most common side effects are sore throat, diarrhea, and pain in the arms and legs.

Super: Please see links on this page for additional Important Safety Information and full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information. ANORO ELLIPTA was developed in collaboration with INNOVIVA. Trademarks owned or licensed by GSK. ©2019 GSK or licensor. UCVVID180002 July 2019. Produced in USA.

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WANDA, Sardis, Georgia

Hear why Wanda's doctor recommended ANORO for her COPD.

Super: Once-daily ANORO is a prescription medicine used long term to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), including chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or both, for better breathing and to reduce the number of flare-ups. ANORO is not for asthma. ANORO is not used to relieve sudden symptoms of COPD and won't replace a rescue inhaler. 

IMPORTANT SAFETY IMFORMATION FOR ANORO ELLIPTA

  • Do not use ANORO to treat sudden symptoms of COPD. Always have a rescue inhaler with you to treat sudden symptoms.
  • Do not use ANORO if you have a severe allergy to milk proteins or are allergic to any of the ingredients in ANORO. Ask your healthcare provider if you are not sure.
  • Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

Please see full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information, on this page.    

VO: ANORO is used long term to treat COPD for better breathing and to reduce the number of flare-ups. ANORO is not for asthma. ANORO is not used to relieve sudden symptoms of COPD and won't replace a rescue inhaler. Remember to watch the complete video to see additional safety information

Super: Wanda is a real patient who was taking ANORO at the time of filming. GSK paid her for her time and expenses for sharing her unique experience. Individual results may vary.

WANDA:  I’ve always been a caretaker. I’ve always had a big heart. I’ve always loved to help people in any way that I can. And when I could not take care of my sister, I knew, then, that it was time for me to take care of me.

Super: THE MOMENT OF REALIZATION

WANDA:  Hi, my name is Wanda and I’m from Sardis, Georgia. I am a registered nurse. I’ve been in the medical field for 30 years. I have two children, a boy and a girl. I have five grandchildren and about eight great-grandchildren. And I have been diagnosed with COPD, approximately two years. My perfect fun day would be to get up and my grandbabies be there. And then we go outside, and we play or either we may take them to the lake and go fishing, and we take the dog with us. I didn’t know what was going on. Some of the symptoms were shortness of breath and tiredness. And it’s difficult for me to talk about because I got where I didn’t want to be around them as much. I could not go in my yard, I could not walk to my mailbox to check my mail. I just wanted to stay home.

Super: Please see links on this page for additional Important Safety Information and full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information.

WANDA:  My sister and I have always been very close. And one morning I got a phone call. And it was her husband. And he said that he didn’t think that she was breathing. And she lived next door. And I just took off running. And I was out of breath and when I got there I didn’t have no breath. And I knew then something bad was wrong with me. And so, I needed to get treatment.

Super: A WAY FORWARD

Super: Wanda is a real patient who was taking ANORO at the time of filming. GSK paid her for her time and expenses for sharing her unique experience. Individual results may vary.

WANDA:  When I went in to my doctor, I told him I was tired. I could not breathe like I normally breathe, and that he actually needed to do something for me because this was not me, normally. They ran a lot of tests and he said that I had COPD.

WANDA:  I first became aware of ANORO when I was prescribed by the doctor, when I first was diagnosed with COPD. That was my first treatment.

WANDA:  Maintenance therapy is not something that you can take and it can make you better. It’s gonna help you over the long run.

Super: Individual results may vary.

WANDA: And so they went ahead and started, the doctor started the ANORO and with each use I found I was doing better every day. All of a sudden, I just noticed I was breathing better.

Super: ANORO is only for COPD. Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

VO: Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

Super: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers

VO: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers for sudden symptoms…

Super: Use ANORO only once a day, every day

VO: …and should not be used more than once a day. Tell your doctor if you have a heart condition, high blood pressure, glaucoma, prostate, bladder or urinary problems. These may worsen with ANORO. Call your doctor if you have worsened breathing, chest pain, mouth or tongue swelling, problems urinating, vision changes or eye pain, while taking ANORO. The most common side effects are sore throat, diarrhea, and pain in the arms and legs.

Super: Please see links on this page for additional Important Safety Information and full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information.

Super: NEW OUTLOOK

Super: Wanda is a real patient who was taking ANORO at the time of filming. GSK paid her for her time and expenses for sharing her unique experience. Individual results may vary.

WANDA:  When I first tried ANORO, I felt better every day, a little better and a little better. I don’t want COPD to get in the way of me going shopping with my daughter, or taking vacations with my daughter.

Super: ANORO is not used to treat sudden COPD symptoms and won’t replace a rescue inhaler. 

WANDA:  I don’t want COPD to get in the way of me teaching my grandchildren things that I was taught by my grandmother. Now that I’m on ANORO, I have less shortness of breath.

WANDA:  I enjoy doing things. I enjoy staying busy. When I finish all of my work, I go to my daughter’s house and I find something to do there.

Super: Individual results may vary.

WANDA:  I am a strong woman and ANORO does help me breathe better. I’m going to go my own way.

Super: ANORO is only for COPD. Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

VO: Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

Super: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers

VO: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers for sudden symptoms…

Super: Use ANORO only once a day, every day

VO: …and should not be used more than once a day. Tell your doctor…    

VO: …if you have a heart condition, high blood pressure, glaucoma, prostate, bladder or urinary problems. These may worsen with ANORO. Call your doctor if you have worsened breathing, chest pain, mouth or tongue swelling, problems urinating, vision changes or eye pain, while taking ANORO. The most common side effects are sore throat, diarrhea, and pain in the arms and legs.

Super: Please see links on this page for additional Important Safety Information and full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information. ANORO ELLIPTA was developed in collaboration with INNOVIVA. Trademarks owned or licensed by GSK. ©2019 GSK or licensor. UCVVID180003 July 2019. Produced in USA.

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SHARON, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Sharon wants to share her story with people who have COPD, because treatment is so important.

Super: Once-daily ANORO is a prescription medicine used long term to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), including chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or both, for better breathing and to reduce the number of flare-ups. ANORO is not for asthma. ANORO is not used to relieve sudden symptoms of COPD and won't replace a rescue inhaler.    

IMPORTANT SAFETY IMFORMATION FOR ANORO ELLIPTA    

  • Do not use ANORO to treat sudden symptoms of COPD. Always have a rescue inhaler with you to treat sudden symptoms.
  • Do not use ANORO if you have a severe allergy to milk proteins or are allergic to any of the ingredients in ANORO. Ask your healthcare provider if you are not sure.
  • Do not use ANORO if you have asthma. 

Please see full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information, on this page.

VO: ANORO is used long term to treat COPD for better breathing and to reduce the number of flare-ups. ANORO is not for asthma. ANORO is not used to relieve sudden symptoms of COPD and won't replace a rescue inhaler. Remember to watch the complete video to see additional safety information.    

Super: Sharon is a real patient who was taking ANORO at the time of filming. GSK paid her for her time and expenses for sharing her unique experience. Individual results may vary.

SHARON: Once I got to the street, I had to stop for, like, three minutes and catch my breath. That’s when I knew something was wrong. And I didn’t like that feeling, and that’s when I decided to see my doctor to find out why I was getting out of breath.

Super: THE MOMENT OF REALIZATION

SHARON: I’m Sharon and I’m from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I have a husband, three daughters, five grandchildren. I’m a strong person. I had to be. I’m my mother’s child. She was a strong woman, so yeah, I’m a strong person. I care about me. You have to care about yourself.

SHARON: My typical day is getting up at 4:30. Getting dressed for work. And I drive to the train station and get on the train. It’s a wonderful job, because I deal with a lot of people. And I love people. When there’s a problem with anything, they come to me and I try to solve it. My symptoms made me feel disabled, so to speak. I would always have to think about where I’m going. If there’s steps? Are there elevators? Because I can’t go up a long flight of steps because I’m out of breath. So, I’m just mindful of that. I remember stopping by my niece’s house to drop off something and she had maybe 10 steps. And I remember going up those steps. And when she opened the door, I was so out of breath that she said, “Why are you so out of breath?” And I couldn’t explain it. I didn’t know. I just brushed it off. I smoked, and I thought maybe that was the reason. And so that happened one too many times. It happened again and again and again.

Super: Please see links on this page for additional Important Safety Information and full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information.

SHARON: That’s when I decided to see my doctor. To find out why I was getting out of breath.

Super: A WAY FORWARD

Super: Sharon is a real patient who was taking ANORO at the time of filming. GSK paid her for her time and expenses for sharing her unique experience. Individual results may vary. 

SHARON: When I went to see my doctor and told him my symptoms, he suggested that I have pulmonary testing done. The woman that administered this pulmonary test said, “Honey, if you smoke you need to stop smoking today,” because my lungs were that bad. So when I went back to my doctor for the results, that’s when he said I had COPD. I had never heard of COPD before. I had to do some research on my own about it. And it was just mind-boggling for me. Because I had never heard or knew anybody who had it. So I couldn’t ask anybody any questions. I could just concentrate on me. And so, that’s what I did. I stopped smoking. That day. Cold turkey. And I had to tell my husband, you can’t smoke either.

Super: Individual results may vary.

SHARON: My doctor had suggested that I should be put on ANORO, and I felt a difference. And so at the end of the week I told him that I felt comfortable using it, and so I’ve been on it since. ANORO is a maintenance therapy, I use it every day.

Super: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers.

SHARON: Since taking ANORO, I don’t use the rescue inhalers nearly as much as I used to.

Super: See instructions for how to use the ANORO ELLIPTA inhaler at ANORO.com.

SHARON: ANORO ELLIPTA inhaler is very easy to use. You take it every morning, and you go on about your life. 

Super: ANORO is only for COPD. Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

VO: Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

Super: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers

VO: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers for sudden symptoms…

Super: Use ANORO only once a day, every day.

VO: …and should not be used more than once a day. Tell your doctor if you have a heart condition, high blood pressure, glaucoma, prostate, bladder or urinary problems. These may worsen with ANORO. Call your doctor if you have worsened breathing, chest pain, mouth or tongue swelling, problems urinating, vision changes or eye pain, while taking ANORO. The most common side effects are sore throat, diarrhea, and pain in the arms and legs. 

Super: Please see links on this page for additional Important Safety Information and full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information.

Super: NEW OUTLOOK

Super: Sharon is a real patient who was taking ANORO at the time of filming. GSK paid her for her time and expenses for sharing her unique experience. Individual results may vary.

SHARON: I believe that ANORO is making me breathe better.

Super: Individual results may vary.

SHARON: COPD is a condition that I have learned to live with. And I will always live with it, but it’s not who I am. That I know. It’s not who I am. I’m so glad I found what was good for me and my health. I want to share my story with people that have COPD. If you’re feeling out of breath, you need to go see a doctor to have testing done…to be diagnosed. Early detection is key. ANORO is a breath of fresh air for me, it really is. I’m breathing better, and for that I am so grateful.

Super: ANORO is only for COPD. Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

VO: Do not use ANORO if you have asthma.

Super: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers

VO: ANORO won’t replace rescue inhalers for sudden symptoms…

Super: Use ANORO only once a day, every day

VO: …and should not be used more than once a day. Tell your doctor if you have a heart condition, high blood pressure, glaucoma, prostate, bladder or urinary problems. These may worsen with ANORO. Call your doctor if you have worsened breathing, chest pain, mouth or tongue swelling, problems urinating, vision changes or eye pain, while taking ANORO. The most common side effects are sore throat, diarrhea, and pain in the arms and legs.

Super: Please see links on this page for additional Important Safety Information and full Prescribing Information, including Patient Information. ANORO ELLIPTA was developed in collaboration with INNOVIVA. Trademarks owned or licensed by GSK. ©2019 GSK or licensor. UCVVID180004 August 2019. Produced in USA.

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