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COPD Study
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University are recruiting adults with COPD in a research study to evaluate how increasing dietary omega-3 could help improve their COPD symptoms.
Join Our Compensated
COPD Study
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University are recruiting adults with COPD in a research study to evaluate how increasing dietary omega-3 could help improve their COPD symptoms.
40+ Years of Age
Baltimore, MD
COPD, Chronic Bronchitis, or Emphysema
10+ years smoking cigarettes
Compensation Provided
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About This Study
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University are conducting a research study to see how reducing home indoor air pollutant exposure and increasing dietary omega-3 could help improve respiratory symptoms, quality of life, lung function, and risk of exacerbations in individuals with COPD.

Participants in the study will receive up to $50 of food each week, delivered to their home for 12 weeks. The study seeks to understand whether a dietary modification can improve COPD outcomes and lessen the adverse effects of indoor air pollutants on respiratory health.

See if you qualify and help further research on COPD! Participants will be compensated.
About This Study
Researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine are conducting a research study to see how reducing indoor air pollutant exposure and increasing dietary omega-3 could help improve respiratory symptoms, quality of life, lung function, and risk of exacerbations in individuals with COPD.

Participants in the study will receive $50 of groceries each week, delivered to their home for 12 weeks. The study seeks to understand whether a dietary modification can improve COPD outcomes and lessen the adverse effects of indoor air pollutants on respiratory health.

See if you qualify and help further research on COPD! Participants will be compensated.
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