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I have asthma – am I eligible to take part in the LASER trial?

We are looking for patients with asthma who are between 18 and 75 years of age. We are looking at a new treatment for patients with allergic (atopic) asthma. For this clinical trial we are targeting patients who have severe and uncontrolled asthma despite high levels of […]

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What is LASER?

LASER is an acronym for Laminar Airflow in Severe asthma for Exacerbation Reduction. LASER is the name of the clinical trial. The trial is investigating whether a new treatment for asthma is effective at reducing the number of asthma attacks in patients with poorly controlled severe allergic […]

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What is a clinical trial and why should I take part?

A clinical trial is a research study involving patients or healthy volunteers to help determine whether a new medicine, medical device or other treatment works and is safe. The following video explains in more detail what taking part in a clinical trial involves. Getting involved in clinical […]

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Dept. of Respiratory Medicine
Level C, Queen Alexandra Hospital
Southwick Hill Road
Portsmouth, PO6 3LY

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