Consent Call and Medical Record Upload

The two final steps today are to 

1) Schedule the first appointment with our study team. Please call our study team on 415-877-8450. If there is no answer, please leave a voicemail with the participants name and phone number.  The study team will call the participant back within 24 hours to schedule the consent.

2) Upload the patient's Medical Records to our shared Box folder so that our Medical Affairs team can review them. 

If you click the the button below, you’ll open your Box folder. Please upload the files into this folder. If you do not have the Medical Records to hand, please discuss this with the study team.
Click to Upload

Thank you

This completes the screening process today. Thank you for your time.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How do I get started?

Click here to begin the prescreening survey to see if you may qualify.

Will I receive compensation?

You will not receive any payment for taking part in the study. You may receive:

Study-related treatment at no cost
Travel support for clinic visits

Where is the study conducted?

The study will be conducted in various regions across the world.

What about my current medications?

Once you have given your consent, the study doctor will discuss this with you and determine if you are eligible and able to continue using your current medications.

Do I need health insurance?

Health insurance is not required to participate in the study.

Can I leave the study at any time?

You are free to withdraw from the study at any time without giving a reason and without your medical care or rights being affected.

What is the importance of clinical trials for MAC?

Not all MAC patients respond to currently available treatments. Therefore, there is a need to develop and find potential new treatments for people with MAC lung infection through clinical studies.

How long will the study last?

Enrolled participants will be in the study for up to 18 months and will visit the study site regularly.

What is a Phase 3 clinical study?

When new drugs are being studied as possible treatments for patients with a disease, they are tested in stages or “phases.” A Phase 3 clinical study is one of the later phases of testing in patients.
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