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Asthma Clinical Trials

A listing of Asthma medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (436) clinical trials

We are conducting a research study comparing the effects of an investigational general albuterol drug to a marketed albuterol drug called ProAir.

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A clinical trial seeking patients for a research study for the treatment of Essential Tremor. Volunteers may receive compensation up to $1260.00 for time, travel and study-related medical care. Qualified participants may receive study medications and all study related care including physical examinations and laboratory services at no cost. No ...

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This study will be testing an investigational medication for asthma.

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This study will be testing an investigational medication for asthma.

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A multi-centered, randomized, double-blind, parelled, placebo-controlled, phase 3B study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Benralizumab 30 mg sc in patients with severe ssthma uncontrolled on standard of care treatment.

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Dr. Craig LaForce and Dr. Karen Dunn are recruiting children between the ages of 4 and 11 ( not yet had their 12th birthday) to participate in an asthma research study.

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Dr. Craig Laforce and Dr. Karen Dunn are recruiting individuals 12 years and up who have asthma to participate in a research study involving an investigational medication.

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Northern California Research is conducting a study for adolescents (ages 12-18) who have chronic constipation. The purpose of this study is to find out the study medication has beneficial effect in adolescents who have CIC. This study medication is approved by the FDA for use in adults; the use of ...

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North Carolina Clinical Research is conducting a research study in children with asthma. It aims to see if an investigational medication can help their condition.

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Everyone's asthma is different, so new treatments are always needed. Doctors need people like you to join a new research study, to test a new investigational treatment. Can you help us?

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