Research

To see if you qualify for Asthma Clinical Trials, fill out this form or call (209) 951-6741.

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Living with asthma isn’t easy. And controlling your asthma is frustrating and challenging. If you have asthma that is difficult to control then you might be interested in joining the Bensch Research Associates clinical study.

Bensch Research Associates is looking at the effect of an investigational medication on lung function in people aged 18-75 with mild-to-moderate asthma.

What is a clinical research study?

Clinical research studies are carefully designed scientific studies. Carried out by doctors and nurses, they help us answer important questions about how medicines work and how they can improve specific medical conditions

Every year, thousands of people around the world take part in clinical research studies. Independent institutional review boards and ethics committees look after the best interests of these participants:

  • Protecting their rights
  • Ensuring they are not exposed to unnecessary risks

Thank you for your interest in the Bensch Research Associates asthma clinical research study.

If you are interested in taking part in the study, please take a moment to complete the following pre-screening questions.

All information you provide will be kept confidential. If you meet the pre-screening criteria, we will forward your information to the study
doctor you select.

Do I Pre-Qualify?

There are two steps to the qualification process. At the top of this page, you will find a series of online pre-screening questions. If your answers indicate you may qualify for the study, you will then be referred to a study doctor, who will determine your final eligibility.

The questions cover health, current asthma medication, and other questions that will help to determine if you may qualify to participate in this study. These questions may take about five minutes. You can also call (209) 951-6741 and speak with our office directly.

You can also read more here.