I have to say, it’s truly becoming the golden era for eczema. As a longtime eczema patient, I can’t stress enough the importance of volunteering when it comes to research. I’m a huge advocate of medical advances, especially when it comes to eczema. Throughout the years, I’ve personally been a guinea pig for advanced medical procedures to help researchers with eczema prevention.
When I heard about a biotechnology recruitment company called Leapcure, I was very intrigued. Leapcure is new-age recruitment company that links patients to researchers by utilizing a better approach. Instead of the traditional call centers, Leapcure has adopted an advanced screening questionnaire that effectively facilitates qualified candidates.
This new method of screening is mutually beneficial to patients and doctors. For patients, this saves time and lowers future medical costs. For doctors, this means less risk as patients are thoroughly screened so they can receive faster research results.
The eczema community is thriving and only gets stronger and stronger each year. Nevertheless, our goals should always focus on preventing this disease, detecting the causes, and ultimately finding a cure. To do this, we’ll need the help of active participants.
That’s where you come in.
Leapcure is searching for eligible participants for an upcoming clinical trial. In this study, researchers will evaluate the safety and effectiveness of an investigational drug as a potential treatment for Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema)
*At this time US & Canada only
- Over 18 years old
- Diagnosed with atopic dermatitis/eczema by a physician (at least within the last year)
- Previously tried topical treatments for Eczema that haven’t worked. Or if you’ve used tablets or injectable drugs for your eczema
- Have not had cancer within the last five years
If you qualify, there be a follow-up:
Qualified participants will have the chance to
receive study-related investigational drug and study-related exams at no charge. Just follow
the steps below to get started:
- Enter your zip code to see if there are study sites in your area.
- Answer a few questions about your Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema).
- If you qualify, you will be asked to provide your name and contact information to the research site for follow up.
- The Research Coordinator will tell you more about the study and other assessments will be made to see if you can participate.