Australian researchers are trialing a potential new treatment for Asthma. They are looking for volunteers to take part in the Australian arm of a worldwide study.
This study will be conducted in most states at different centres including one that may be close to you. Most visits involve simple breathing checks, health checks and answering questions about your health. You will be treated at no cost to you and reasonable travel expenses to the study centre will be reimbursed.
Are you eligible?
You may be eligible to participate if you have answered yes or agree to the following statements:
You have been told by a doctor that you have Asthma
You are currently taking inhaled medication to treat your Asthma
You are willing to take part in a research study for up to 60 weeks (consisting of up to 9 clinic visits)
You do not smoke on a regular basis
You are not pregnant or breastfeeding
Expression of interest in this research does not automatically mean that you will be able to take part in the study. A contact from your preferred Hospital/Clinic will be in touch with you for further discussion.
Participation in the study is completely voluntary
Study approved by Ethics Committee. Information is kept confidential. Study sponsored by GSK.