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Asthma Trial

August 20, 17072 min read

“You have to take asthma seriously. People do not realize the stress our bodies go under.” - Mark Cavendish


If you live near Sarasota, FL and suffer from asthma, there may be some relief in your future. Sarasota Clinical Research is conducting a new trial for qualifying individuals. Keep reading to see whether you may be eligible to participate...

Asthmatic Lady

With that said, here is the information we need to gather to see whether you qualify for the Asthma Clinical Trial. 👊

1. Where Do You Live?

We're currently seeking individuals within 50 miles of Sarasota Florida. If you are outside of that radius, you are welcome to apply, and we will determine whether your participation is feasible.

2. How Old Are You?

As long as you're between the ages of 18 and 80, you qualify.

3. Asthma Diagnosis?

In order to participate in this study, you have to have a documented asthma diagnosis from a licensed physician.

4. Recent Problems?

Your diagnosis has to have ocurred over one year ago.

5. Any Medications?

We mainly ask this to understand wheat you're currently taking so that we can ensure you're a good fit and there are no potentially harmful interactions should you be accepted. The health of safety of our clinical research study participants is of the utmost concern.

6. Medical Conditions?

Again, we need to make sure that your overall health will not compromise the study or become a potential problem for you should you move to the next phase of the trial.

7. What's Your Availability?

Lastly, this study requires that you are physically present on a semi-regular basis over an extended period of time. We'll provide the specifics in greater detail if you make it past the initial screening, so that you can make a determination if you would like to move forward.


TL;DR You May Qualify For This Trial If:

You live within fifty miles of Sarasota, Florida, can participate for four consecutive months, meet other medical condition requirements, and

  • Are between the ages of 18-80

  • Asthma diagnosis over one year ago

  • Taking a controller medication for asthma

  • Been treated for asthma exacerbation in the last 12 months

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