Severe Asthma Research Program    (SARP)
A National Institutes of Health/ National Heart, Lung & Blood Institutes
sponsored network

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The Severe Asthma Research Program was established with the mission to improve the understanding of severe asthma such that better treatment approaches can be developed.  SARP is not a clinical trial of new or old drugs.   Rather, its purpose is to gather an extraordinary amount of information ranging from responses to simple questions, to lung function, allergy and blood testing, as well as genetic and lung inflammation testing.   This information,  gathered over a series of 4-6 visits, is    databased along with information from thousands of others.  The data are  analyzed to improve our understanding of this disease and focus the development of new drugs targeted specifically to severe asthma.   Your participation in SARP allows your information to be joined with thousands of others to get a much "bigger picture"  of the causes and processes of severe asthma.

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