Asthma?

New study treatments that may put you back in control.

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The respiratory condition that can make breathing difficult has several options on the market. But for those who still struggle with attacks, we’re working on giving you new options. Learn about the cutting-edge study treatments being investigated near you.


2%

of Americans
have been diagnosed with severe Asthma. 1

1.5

million people
use an inhaler everyday

100s

of treatments on the market
None of them a pill that stop attacks

I wish there was something else like a pill that you take once a week or per month to help with airwaves and breathing so I didn’t have to take the inhaler everywhere. That would be nice.

Patient

7 years with Asthma

I take my inhaler with me everywhere, I’m a control freak. My backpack always has water, cliff bar, allergy meds, and of course my inhaler is always in there too.

Patient

21 years with Asthma


Asthma Clinical Trials

Learn about the newest Asthma study treatments now being investigated, including cutting-edge options available to clinical trial participants.

TrialSpark is now recruiting for a trial that tests the effectiveness of a study drug for Asthma symptoms.


Asthma In the News

From the latest relevant research and Asthma expert interviews to personal stories and advice on managing your symptoms, here’s everything about Asthma that’s making headlines.


FAQ

Whether you’re considering participating in a clinical trial or just looking for more information about Asthma, we want you to keep you informed about living with Asthma, your treatment options, and the clinical trial process.


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See if you qualify for a trial

New study treatments are being developed and investigated that may help address your condition.

  1. CDC: Most Recent National Asthma Data (2019) Link [1]

Updated June 2019