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Immune Response in Asthma

Immune Response in Asthma

Asthma is a condition where people experience symptoms of wheezing and shortness of breath in
response to exposures such as allergens and exercise. There are many people who have allergies
to substances in the environment such as pollen or grasses, but only some of the people who have
allergies developed asthma. The purpose of this study is to find out more about the underlying
causes of asthma, particularly the reasons why some people have environmental allergies and do
not have asthma, while other people with environmental allergies develop asthma. We would
like to find out more about the differences in the bronchial tubes of the lungs between people
with and without asthma to explain why this condition occurs.

Participant Eligibility

Must have: Allergies with asthma OR Allergies without asthma

Please follow the link below to determine eligibility:

https://redcap.iths.org/surveys/?s=R9X9F8XDNM

Contact

Lauren Rejman
(206) 779-9496

Additional Study Details

Full Study Title
Epithelium in asthma

Study ID: STUDY00002477
Start Date: 09/12/2017
End Date: 08/21/2020

Investigator(s)
Teal S. Hallstrand, MD, MPH
Daniel H. Petroni, MD, PhD

Accepts Healthy Volunteers?
No

Study Site(s)

Northwest Asthma & Allergy Center

9725 3rd Ave NE Suite 500
Seattle, Washington 98115



Interested?

Use the link below to send a message to the study coordinator, or call the number above to speak directly with a study representative.

I am interested in this research study.

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