Chronic Cough

Chronic refractory cough (CRC) is defined as a cough that persists despite treatment. It is seen in 20-46% of patients presenting to specialist cough clinics and it has a substantial impact on quality of life.

There is currently a significant unmet need for effective cough treatments and so we are looking for men and women who are over 18 years of age who have had chronic refractory cough, or an unexplained cough, for more than 1 year.

This investigational drug is a tablet, which will be taken once a day. If you decide to join the study, you may be helping us to learn more about this difficult-to-treat condition.

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