Atopic Dermatitis Can Be So Irritating

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At a Glance

Currently, there is no cure for atopic dermatitis (AD), which is a type of eczema. There is a need for more effective, safer AD medicines. We are conducting a phase 2 research study evaluating the safety and effectiveness of an investigational medicine for moderate‑to‑severe AD. If you’re someone with AD and interested in advancing AD research, this study may be for you.

Trial Details

  • Condition(s)
    Atopic dermatitis
  • Potential Treatment Under Study
    An investigational medicine for atopic dermatitis.
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What's Involved

  • Maximum Trial Length
    15 Months
  • Appointments
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Who Qualifies

  • Gender(s)
    Male & Female
  • Ages
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  • Countries
  • Research Sites
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Are You Interested?

If you’re interested in participating in this research study, click the I’m Interested button. You will be asked questions about yourself and may be put in contact with a research site. All of your personal information is kept confidential.

Why Participate

You’re the only person that can decide if participation is right for you. Each person and each research study are different. Every research study has risks and benefits for you to consider when deciding whether to participate.

Adults with moderate‑to‑severe atopic dermatitis may want to take part in this study for the following reasons:

Explore Options

Try a possible treatment that you previously have not.

Advance Medicine

Help atopic dermatitis research move forward.

Become Involved

Take an active role in your healthcare decisions.