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Leading the Way

PATIENT STORIES AND DISCOVERIES

We are happy to share our 2018 Annual Report, Leading the Way. It highlights some of our accomplishments through stories about patients we helped and discoveries we made. View the flipbook or download it today.

2018 ANNUAL REPORT
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Find Your Quit Medication

Find Your Quit Medication

Gum, patches, inhalers and more — these medications can help you quit.

GO NICOTINE FREE

Biology Works Against Teens

Biology Works Against Teens

Later school start times are sweeping the country. Here’s why.

SLEEP RESEARCH

Scientists Who Give Back

Donations & Discoveries

Groundbreaking discoveries made possible by generous scientists. What can you do?

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Noah’s Eczema

Live Longer & Better

Simple changes to improve heart health can add years to your life and life to your years.

SIMPLE CHANGES

in the news

Biologic Drug Reduced Flare-Ups for Patients with Difficult Asthma

Women Suffer More Severe COPD Symptoms Than Men, Study Says

Dairy: Friend or Foe?

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events

Walk with a Doc
Denver & Nationwide, Jan. 12

Beaux Arts Ball
Denver, Feb. 23
 

Financial Industries Dinner
New York, Mar. 14

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clinical trials

Investigational Medications May Help Young Asthma Patients Breathe Easier

Pediatric asthma patients often experience coughing, wheezing, chest tightness and breathlessness. Our researchers are studying an investigational combination of medications, one used to treat asthma in adults and the other not yet approved to treat adult asthma, to determine if it can improve symptoms and lung function in asthma patients age 5 to 17. Learn more.

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