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People taking SINGULAIR or interested in taking SINGULAIR may find the following resources helpful. This content relates to the conditions for which SINGULAIR (montelukast sodium tablet, film coated) is prescribed or recommended. If you have questions about how SINGULAIR works for treating these conditions, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
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