For People 12 or Older with Persistant Asthma

See if you or your child qualify for our investigational inhaled medication research study.

This is an important research study of an investigational, inhaled medication that requires one inhaled dose, twice a day, from a single investigational device. You don’t need medical insurance and time & travel may be reimbursed.

You or your child:
- Must have persistent asthma
- Must me on a stable, low-dose inhaled corticosteroid and/or bronchodilator or a stable does of non-corticosteriod therapy for at least 4 weeks.
- Must be able to make 6 office visits and make one follow-up phone call

This research study will last up to 16 weeks.  There will be no blood draws and the research medication we give you or your child must be taken twice daily from one device and daily progress  must be monitored.  Participants may be reimbursed for time & travel.

Call us about other details of this research study.

We’re here to help.  Call for more study information.

206-525-5520 or studies@asthmainc.org

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Need frequent rescue from your asthma?

 

Local doctors are looking for patients with uncontrolled asthma to help evaluate an investigational drug.

Local doctors are currently conducting the LAVOLTA I research study for patients who are unable to control their asthma, despite the use of conventional asthma controller medication. They want to evaluate an investigational asthma drug to see if it can help better control asthma symptoms.

 

If you’ve been medically diagnosed with asthma and are having difficulty controlling your symptoms, even with conventional asthma controller medications, please consider learning more about this study.

 

To be considered for a screening visit, you must:

• Be between 18 and 75 years of age

• Have received an asthma diagnosis at least 1 year ago

• Be taking an Inhaled Corticosteroid and a second asthma controller medication for the last 6 months, with no dose changes to these medications in the 4 weeks prior to the study

• Have asthma that is not controlled by these medications

All study-related visits, tests, and investigational drugs will be provided at no cost. In addition, reimbursement for time and travel may be provided.

 

To learn more, please contact:

ASTHMA Inc Clinical Research Center

206.525.5520 * studies@asthmainc.org * www.asthmainc.org

 

 

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Is asthma a part of your life?

Is asthma a part of your life? Are you age 18 to 50, diagnosed with asthma, taking a low to moderate dose of inhaled corticosteroid (ICS) and short acting bronchodilator inhaler, and a non-smoker or a previous smoker who has not smoked in six months.

You might be eligible to participate in a clinical research study for an investigational asthma medication. Study participants receive study medication, study-related medical care, and may be reimbursed for time and travel. If interested please contact ASTHMA Inc Clinical Research Center at 206.525.5520 or studies@asthmainc.org.

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Suffering from moderate to severe asthma?

Suffering from moderate to severe asthma?  We may have a clinical research study you or your child may qualify for if you are 12 years of age or older, have been diagnosed with asthma for at least 1 year, have had at least 1 or more asthma exacerbations in the last year, on an inhaled corticosteroids (ICS), long acting beta agonist (LABA), leukotriene receptor antagonist (LTRA), and another controller. Participants will receive compensation for time and travel. All study related medical care, evaluations, and investigational drug will be provided at no cost to you.  If interested please contact ASTHMA Inc Clinical Research Center at 206.525.5520 or email studies@asthmainc.org

Reference: Astra Zeneca DC5896C0027

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