The Duke Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine is offering clinical research trials to help patients overcome their smoking habit and live life with healthy lungs.
Current Clinical Trials
Select the trial below to read the full description on the clinicaltrials.gov Web site.
p16 Methylation for Smoking Cessation: Proposed is a pilot study of educating smokers about the role of genetics and lung cancer in Durham VA outpatient clinics. The goal of this pilot study is to assess the interest in study participation from the VA smoking population, as well as to determine the fraction of subjects who will complete the study to power a future larger trial.
Principal Investigator: Scott Shofer, MD, PhD
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Researchers in our division are investigating a variety of treatments and therapies to respond to lung disease. Click here for a list of current clinical trials.