Calling Moderate-to-Severe Eczema Patients

Calling all eczema patients! If your eczema is moderate to severe, there are clinical trial-opportunities here. As a longtime member of the eczema community, I will always advocate volunteering as I truly believe it will lead to medical breakthroughs. I’ve been in numerous clinical trials as a child and into adulthood, where I’ve felt good about helping advance the research on future treatments. I believe it’s vital to the improvement and ultimate solution when it comes to finding a cure.

Now, we’d all love for a miracle treatment to pop out of the sky, unfortunately, life doesn’t work that way. However, we do have partnerships in the form or clinical trials. One company that’s helping bridge the gap between the researchers, the medical community and patients is Antidote.

Antidote is a digital health community where patients can partner with accelerate medical research. Their mission is to bring pharmaceutical, technology, business, and public health backgrounds together to find solutions and better lives.

What I love about Antidote is how advanced they are when it comes to patient engagement through data-driven insights. In other words, they are fast! They pride themselves on efficiency so better treatments can reach patients faster.

As a community, it’s important to focus on preventing this disease, detecting the cause, and ultimately finding a cure. The eczema community is thriving, but still needs the help of active participants. That’s where you come in. 

Clinical trials are researching investigational treatments for those living with moderate-to-severe eczema. Volunteers are needed to take part.

Eligibility requirements:

  • be over 18 years old to participate
  • have been diagnosed with atopic dermatitis (eczema) by a doctor
  • have active skin lesions of at least 10% of body area
  • be currently using topical medications for atopic dermatitis and not getting relief from active lesions.

*Participants must not:

  • have Hepatitis B or C
  • have HIV
  • be pregnant or breastfeeding

Answer a few questions to see if you may qualify:

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