Investigating Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema) - Clinical Trial at Southside Dermatology in Tulsa

Atopic Dermatitis - Tulsa Clinical Trial Information

What is Atopic Dermatitis?

Atopic dermatitis (AD), also known as eczema, is an often chronic skin condition that leads to dry and scaling patches on the skin. It is often itchy, sometimes intensely so. Topical treatment and good skin care often can alleviate many of the signs and symptoms of the disease. For those with severe or recalcitrant involvement, we can help!

 

Now Enrolling - Upadacitinib (Study Drug) vs Dupilumab (medication currently FDA approved for Atopic Dermatitis). 

 

Who Qualifies? 

Moderate to Severe Diseae

Age 18-75

Symptoms for Three Years or Greater

At least 10% Body Surface Involvement

 

What Benefits will Study Participants Recieve?

Free Treatment for Eligible Patients

Recieve $50 per visit and free emollient moisturizer

24 weeks of Dupilumab or Upadacitinib (Study Drug)

 

What is Upadacitinib?

Upadacitinib is a study medication currently being investigated in the treatment of atopic dermatitis, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, as well as other various systemic inflammatory disorders. It is a pill that is taken orally (by mouth), and is a small molecule that is a JAK-1 selective inhibitor. 

 

How Can I Enroll?

Contact: Jennifer McCollum, BS, CCRP

Central States Research, LLC

7302 S Yale Ave

Tulsa, OK 74136

Phone: 918-645-5400

Central States Research Website

 

For Further Information:

AbbVie Website - Upadacitinib

American Academy of Dermatology - Information on Atopic Dermatitis

 

Author
Dr Alison Fischer, MD Dr Alison Fischer is a board certified dermatologist that has an interest in general dermatology and additionally specializes in the treatment of skin cancer.

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