Elite Clinical Trials Test Doses of Dulera for Asthma

Elite Clinical Trials is in the works of testing different doses of Dulera in patients who have ...

Elite Clinical Trials is in the works of testing different doses of Dulera in patients who have suffered from persistent asthma for more than one year.

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The Dulera asthma study will determine whether Mometasone Furoate in combination with Formoterol in fixed doses. The combination will be tested against Mometasone Furoate by itself as a multi-dose inhaler monotherapy.

Mometasone Furoate and Formoterol are both found in the FDA approved drug Dulera, an inhaled drug commonly used to treat the effects of asthma.

Mometasone Furoate is an inhaled corticosteroid, which is a steroid hormone similar to those produced through the adrenal glands to reduce inflammation. 
Formoterol is a long-acting beta agonist (LABA) bronchodilator that prevents asthma attacks.

Interested participants should be at least 12 years old and have suffered from persistent asthma for a minimum of one year.  The asthma study will be conducted for a 26-week period and has no chance of placebo.

The primary coordinator of the asthma study, clinical research coordinator Stefanie Richardson, says most of patients participating in the study either don't have medical insurance or they simply cannot afford to pay the co-pay for the asthma therapy. 

All medications used in Elite Clinical Trials studies are free of charge for participants and patients do not need to have medical insurance to volunteer. 

Participants are also compensated for both their time and travel in relation to the study. 

Richardson says participants could possibly suffer from fewer asthma symptoms. 
“When the study is over, these patients are able to go to their doctor and inform them that they had fewer asthma symptoms with Dulera and have their PCP prescribe this medication for them [now] versus waiting several years for a medication to be approved by the FDA,” said Richardson. 

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