What is Atopic dermatitis?

Atopic dermatitis usually develops in early childhood and is more common in people who have a family history of the condition.
The main symptom is a rash that typically appears on the arms and behind the knees, but can also appear anywhere.
Treatment includes avoiding soap and other irritants. Certain creams or ointments also may provide relief from the itching.

See If You Qualify:

  • Ages 6-11

  • Diagnosis of Atopic Dermatitis

  • History of Atopic Dermatitis for 1 year

  • Subjects who have a recent history (within 1 year before the screening visit) of inadequate response to treatment with topical medications.

What Is Clinical Research Studies?

Clinical research studies test the effectiveness, safety, and side effects of an investigational medicine(s) or an investigational device. These research studies are conducted on a group of volunteers. The volunteers participating in a clinical research study are essential in the development of new drugs and medical devices. Prescribed medications go through many Clinical Trials before they come available to the public. It normally takes more than 10 years researching a drug by the time it comes to market.

Drug companies sponsor studies of their products and work together with physician’s offices, medical centers or the government. Our primary concern is the patient’s safety and we are guided by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations. The FDA must approve an investigational drug for marketing before it becomes available to the public.

Please note that this clinical trial will use an investigational drug product, the safety and efficacy has not been fully evaluated by Regulatory Authorities, and has not received marketing authorization in any country.

Eczema Study