As part of Respiratory Health Association’s commitment to advancing diagnosis, treatment and lung disease management, we are pleased to highlight the following local clinical trials.
Lung cancer clinical trials
Lung cancer trials at Adventist Methodist System Facilities
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Lung cancer trials at The Cancer Institute at Alexian Brothers
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Lung cancer trials at Ingalls Cancer Research Center
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For more information, call (708) 915-HOPE (4673).
Lung cancer trials at Rush University Medical Center
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Lung cancer trials at Oncology Specialists, SC
For more information, call (847) 410-0658.
Lung cancer trials at St. Joseph Hospital
For more information, call (773) 665-6891.
Lung cancer trials at the University of Chicago Hospitals
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Lung cancer clinical trials at Loyola University
For more information, call (708) 327-3306.
Respiratory Health Association also partners with EmergingMed to connect lung cancer survivors with national clinical trials of promising new treatments.
Asthma clinical trials
Breathe Easy Project – Elevate Energy and the Illinois Institute of Technology
Adults with asthma who own a home may participate in the Breathe Easy Project, a study on respiratory health and the air quality inside your home. By participating in this two-year study, your household could earn $310 or more and receive a ventilation system to improve indoor air quality at no cost. You’ll have to complete brief surveys and make your home available for air quality testing. Call 312-453-0902 (hablamos español) for more information.
BELT study at Northwestern University
Researchers at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago are investigating treatments for adolescents with asthma. For more information, call (312) 227-6380 or email email@example.com.
Tobacco cessation clinical trials
Extended Duration Varenicline for Smoking among Cancer Patients: A Clinical Trial
This study is for cancer patients who are smokers and who have expressed an interest in quitting. Its main purpose is to compare 12 versus 24 weeks of varenicline treatment, also known as Chantix®, for smoking cessation. For more information call (312) 695-1102 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on clinical trials, contact Jennifer Kustwin, Senior Program Coordinator, via email at email@example.com or by phone at (312) 628-0219.