RELIANCE Study

Funded 1/26/16

Results from clinical trials and clinical guidelines indicate that long term use of either roflumilast or azithromycin significantly reduces the risk of COPD exacerbations. No studies to date have directly compared long term roflumilast to azithromycin in patients with COPD, so it is unclear how well they work when compared to each other. The RELIANCE study aims to compare roflumilast and azithromycin head-to-head to determine which therapy is best for the prevention of COPD exacerbations. The RELIANCE project was funded by the Patient Center Outcomes Research Institute. PCORI #PCS-1504-30430, PCORnet Study ID #P06-2016-001

Please contact reliance@uic.edu for more information.

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