Study for Treatment of Severe Uncontrolled Asthma

It is beyond frustrating when traditional therapy for asthma is ineffective. Unfortunately, this is the case for asthma sufferers who experience attacks and potential hospitalizations despite daily treatment with traditional asthma management therapies.

If you treat your asthma daily with inhaled corticosteroids and traditional asthma inhaler medication and you still suffer from dreaded asthma attacks then you may qualify for the severe uncontrolled asthma research study.

Fortunately, there have been recent developments in research on treatment of severe asthma with monoclonal antibodies. The Northwest Clinical Research Center has the opportunity to conduct a clinical trial evaluating if these protein injections may be worth considering. However, we need volunteers to complete the research to prove that these new types of treatments actually work.

Study Treatments

All research volunteers will continue taking medium or high dose inhaled corticosteroid plus additional asthma controller medication without corticosteroids. Study medication consists of additional a subcutaneous injection one time per month in addition to the traditional therapies. Please give us a call to find out more at (425) 453-0404. We are also happy to contact you if you provide your information at the top of this page.

How We Can Help
Study participants are needed to evaluate if the new study medication works better than traditional asthma symptom management at preventing asthma attacks in those suffering from severe uncontrolled asthma. Complete the questionnaire or call our office at (425) 453-0404 to learn more details about the study and to determine if setting up an appointment is good for you.

Clinical Evaluation
Investigative Medication
Study Related Medical Care
Complimentary Transportation or Travel Stipend
Compensation up to $950