Available Clinical Trials

Lung cancer
 Asthma Tobacco Cessation


Lung cancer clinical trials

Lung Cancer Call to actionRespiratory Health Association is partnering with EmergingMed to provide a national search opportunity, which connects lung cancer survivors with clinical trials of promising new treatments. Click the logo to learn more about EmergingMed.

In addition to national trials, Respiratory Health Association is pleased to highlight the following local clinical trials for lung cancer treatments: 

Lung cancer trials at Adventist Methodist System Facilities
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Lung cancer trials at The Cancer Institute at Alexian Brothers
Select lung cancer. 

Lung cancer trials at Ingalls Cancer Research Center
Select lung cancer from the right sidebar.
For more information, call (708) 915-HOPE (4673).

Lung cancer trials at NorthShore University HealthSystem at Evanston Hospital

Lung cancer trials at Rush University Medical Center
Select lung cancer from drop down menu.

Lung cancer trials at Oncology Specialists, SC
For more information, call (847) 410-0658.

Lung cancer trials at St. Joseph Hospital
For more information, call (773) 665-6891.

Lung cancer trials at the University of Chicago Hospitals
Select lung/chest from the list.

Lung cancer clinical trials at Loyola University
For more information, call (708) 327-3306.

COPD clinical trials

PELICAN at Breathe Chicago Center© University of Illinois at Chicago
This research program is for adults with COPD who have a prescription for oxygen. PELICAN is tailored to meet the needs of patients with COPD. Participants will receive patient-friendly educational material developed by the COPD Foundation, and receive phone calls over a three month period.
For more information, call the PELICAN program at 1-844-627-5587

Asthma clinical trials

Breathe Easy Project - Elevate Energy and the Illinois Institute of Technology
Adults with asthma who own a home could be part of the Breathe Easy Project, a study on respiratory health and the air quality inside your home. By participating in this two year study, your household could earn $310 or more, and receive a ventilation system to improve indoor air quality at no cost. You’ll have to complete brief surveys and make your home available for air quality testing.  Contact us at 312-453-0902 (hablamos español) for more information. 

BELT study at Northwestern University

Researchers at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago are investigating treatments for adolescents with asthma. Click this link here to learn more. You may also call 312.227.6380 or email asthmanet@luriechildrens.org.   

Tobacco cessation clinical trials

Extended Varenicline Treatment for Cigarette Smoking Among Cancer Patients at Northwestern University
For more information, call (877) 236-7487.

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For more information on clinical trials, contact Jennifer Kustwin:
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