Adolescent or teenager with moderate to severe eczema? Participate in a research study
Center For Dermatology Clinical Research

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"We want to learn more about a new investigational medication for eczema in adolescents/teenagers."
Age: 12 - 17
Keywords: Eczema, Atopic dermatitis
Type: Phase 2, Drug Study
We are looking for adolescents/teenagers with moderate-to-severe eczema to take part in a clinical research study. The goal of this study is to understand how adolescents/teenagers process the study medication (nemolizumab) and how safe it is.

Eczema, also known as Atopic Dermatitis, is a common skin condition that often affects people with a family history of allergies. It is characterized by dry, red, itchy, cracked or inflamed skin.

A previous study showed that the study medication improved atopic dermatitis, including itching and sleep quality in adults.

This clinical research study is conducted at the Center For Dermatology. Board Certified Dermatologists evaluate and care for all research participants. You will receive study medication and study evaluations at no cost, and compensation for your time may be available.
This study requires

Your participation in this study will last about 7 months with 8 study visits to the study center.

While in this study, in addition to the study medication, you will begin using (or continue to use) topical treatments for atopic dermatitis. The study doctor will tell you how to use these treatments during the study.

Who can participate
  • Adolescents/teenagers aged 12 - 17 years old
  • Have moderate to severe eczema for at least 2 years

Other eligibility criteria will be determined during the initial clinic visit.

You will receive $60 for each completed visit.
Study duration and period
8 visits over a period of approximately 7 months
Center For Dermatology Clinical Research
2557 Mowry Avenue
Suite 21
Fremont, CA 94538

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