Do you have Asthma?

Learn about a no-cost, new investigational medication to potentially improve symptoms of inadequately controlled Asthma.

Do you struggle with inadequately controlled Asthma?

Asthma is a common lung condition that can affect people of all ages. It causes inflammation and narrowing of the airways that carry air in and out of the lungs, making breathing difficult. Asthma can cause symptoms like coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, and tightness in the chest. It can be triggered by exercise, allergens, irritants, noxious fumes, or viral respiratory infections, leading to asthma exacerbations and worsening of symptoms.

If you are suffering from asthma, have already tried treatments including inhaled corticosteroids (ICS) or a combination of ICS with long-acting beta-agonist (ICS/LABA), but are still experiencing symptoms, you may qualify for a new research study now being offered at select centers worldwide that involves a self-administered asthma treatment using an inhaler.

If you qualify and choose to participate, you will receive all study-related care, including physical exams, lung function tests, laboratory tests, and ECGs, at no cost.

FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW IF YOU MEET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA

✓ Between 18 and 80 years old or caring for a minor aged 12-17
Have had asthma for at least 6 months
✓ Are a non-smoker or former smoker (have not smoked tobacco, e-cigarettes, other vaping devices, or marijuana within 6 months)
✓ Have been on an asthma inhaler (ICS or ICS/LABA) for at least 8 weeks
Are not pregnant or breastfeeding

About the study

This clinical trial aims to provide a potential solution for inadequately controlled asthma symptoms and help improve the quality of life for those suffering from asthma.

If you’ve been struggling with asthma for at least 6 months, are taking a stable dose of an inhaled corticosteroid (ICS) or a combination of ICS with long-acting beta-agonist (ICS/LABA) and would like to have access to a new asthma inhaler that could potentially improve your lung function and control your asthma symptoms, this study may be right for you.

The study will take approximately 29 weeks to complete and will include trial-related medical examinations, lung function tests, surveys, laboratory work, and assessments by medical investigators. There will be no cost associated with participation in the trial, and you may also receive compensation for your time and travel to participate.

Lady with COPD using inhaler

Why Participate?

If you’re struggling with inadequately controlled asthma, you may qualify for a new research study now being offered at select centers worldwide. The study is for an investigational study treatment designed to improve lung function and asthma symptoms. If you qualify, you will receive:

Study Care

You will receive study-related care from experienced doctors, nurses, and research staff.

Exams

The study will include physical exams, lung function tests, laboratory work, and other examination visits with a trained investigator.

Compensation

You might be eligible to receive compensation for your time and travel.
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Chat With A Research Coordinator

Fill out the form below, and you will be advised if you are eligible or not. If you meet the initial screening criteria, you will be contacted by someone from a research location near you. If you do not meet the minimum criteria, please still submit the form. The study criteria may change in the future, and you might become eligible later.

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