Respiratory Health Plain Language Summaries (PLSs) from TrialAssure’s recent proactive effort to create and publish nearly 50,000 AI-generated plain language summaries are now available on The effort included plain language summaries for every clinical trial that has had results posted on the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) website since 2020.

Releasing the AI-generated documents in phases, the grouping of Respiratory Health Plain Language Summaries have been released for public consumption on the site today, including the following indications:

  • Asthma
  • Pulmonary Disease
  • Influenza
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • Pneumonia

Harnessing the power of generative artificial intelligence (AI), proprietary TrialAssure LINK® software has been used to translate the clinical trial results data—sourced from—into user-friendly plain language summaries.

Aimed at simplifying complex clinical trial results, these summaries are diligently crafted to match a 6th-8th grade reading level. Their growing popularity, even in a U.S. market where they remain voluntary, echoes the mounting demand for pharmaceutical transparency.

Individuals and organizations interested in delving into specific clinical trials, especially those related to Respiratory Health disorders, can search all summaries on

Simply inputting a disease name, condition, or study identifier allows users to access a comprehensive plain language summary from the extensive archive. Every summary credits its study sponsor, directing users to more in-depth information on the corresponding websites.

Visit to access these documents now or contact us with any questions and a demo of our TrialAssure LINK tool.

If you’re a Sponsor and have your own PLS currently written, please email us at and we will link directly to it.