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Our Mission

The NOVEL observational longiTudinal studY (NOVELTY) is a global, prospective, 3-year observational study of patients with a diagnosis or suspected diagnosis of asthma and/or COPD, with an additional 2-year extension study at participating sites. NOVELTY aims to describe patient characteristics, treatment patterns and disease burden over time across the spectrum of obstructive lung disease, providing real-world evidence to advance the development of precision medicine to deliver the right treatment to the right patient at the right time. The NOVELTY study is sponsored by AstraZeneca.

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NOVELTY scientific congress presence in 2022

Several NOVELTY abstracts have been presented at 2022 events.

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NOVELTY treatable traits manuscript published

Now published in Respirology: Treatable traits in the NOVELTY study.

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NOVELTY frequent productive cough manuscript published

Now published in Respiratory Medicine: Frequent productive cough: Symptom burden and future exacerbation risk among patients with asthma and/or COPD in the NOVELTY study.

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Publications & presentations

Read summaries of publications and presentations relating to the NOVELTY study and access useful NOVELTY resources.

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For investigators

Access news updates, research requests, resources and frequently asked questions relating to the NOVELTY study.

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For AstraZeneca Medical employees

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19 PARTICIPATING COUNTRIESa
~12,000 ENROLLED PATIENTSa
84% OF PATIENTS HAVE SPIROMETRY DATAb

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