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Current ACRC Clinical Trials

Interested in participating in a trial?

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There are several Airways Clinical Research Centers (ACRC) clinical trials currently in progress and at various stages of completion across the United States. If you live with COPD or asthma, or care for someone who does, see what trials are available close to your home.

Trials Currently Recruiting Participants

Improving Medication Adherence with Telehealthcare Medication Therapy Management to Change Health Outcomes in Adolescents and Young Adults with Asthma (MATCH)

The ACRC network is studying whether having regular video calls with a pharmacist using a smart phone or computer will help adolescents and young adults with asthma to regularly take their prescribed inhaled medications and have fewer asthma symptoms.

Currently in the recruiting phase.

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Losartan Effects on Emphysema Progression (LEEP)

Co-funded by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute

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Trials In Analysis Phase

Trial of Roflumilast in Asthma Management (TRIM)

Funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the American Lung Association (ALA)

TRIM will look at how well tolerated roflumilast is and if roflumilast improves asthma control. Results of ABBS and TRIM will be used to develop a full-scale trial using new drugs or other types of interventions that are helpful for treating asthma in this population.

Currently in the recruiting phase. If you would like to participate in this trial, please follow the link below, and find a participating center near you.

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Parental Response Using a Daily Digital Diary to Capture Respiratory Symptoms in Young Children with Recurrent Respiratory Tract Illnesses

The ACRC network is studying if parents of young children will complete surveys about their child’s breathing problems sent to them by a text message to their smart phone or by email.

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Asthma BMI Baseline Study (ABBS)

Funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the American Lung Association (ALA)

Evaluates asthma symptoms and its impact on quality of life for people poorly controlled asthma with an elevated BMI.

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Use of Mobile Devices and Internet to Streamline An Asthma Clinical Trial (MICT)

Co-funded by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute

Do mobile and internet technology make clinical trials more convenient and cost effective?

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Anxiety and COPD Evaluation (ACE Trial)

Funded by the American Lung Association

Examines the relationship between anxiety, health status and prognosis, to inform appropriate treatment strategies.

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Chronic Refractory Cough Cohort (COCO)

Funded by the American Lung Association

Evaluates measurements of cough symptoms and the impact of cough on quality of life for people with chronic cough.

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Zinc Acetate to Improve Chronic Cough (ZICO)

Funded by the American Lung Association

ZICO will look at how well tolerated and how safe taking zinc to treat chronic cough is. Results of COCO and ZICO will be used to develop a full-scale trial to test treating chronic cough with zinc acetate.

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    Resources
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    About the Airways Clinical Trials Research Centers [video]

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    ACRC Trial Recruitment Form

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    Page Last Updated: January 30, 2020

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